Unless you know where to look, the World Wide Web can sometimes feel more like a black hole than cyberspace. The following are some of the best websites Jewish L.A. has to offer. This is a highly subjective decision,...
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Unless you know where to look, the World Wide Web can sometimesfeel more like a black hole than cyberspace. The following are someof the best websites Jewish L.A. has to offer. This is a highlysubjective decision, but I've used a few criteria, namely, how doesthe page look, is it...
December 11, 1997 | 7:00 pm
Tired of spinning the same old dreidels, eatingthe same old latkes, singing the same old tired songs year after yearon Chanukah? Well, the personal computer and the World Wide Webprovide a fresh approach to the holiday, combining ancient traditionswith new technologies. In effect,...