March 26 2010

God is On Twitter

I read an article last week in the Wall Street Journal: How to Perk Up Passover’s Plagues? Twitter, Charades and ‘Jewpardy.’ Seems I am not the only one who uses Twitter to talk about Pesach. Luckily Jacob came by today for a delish Shabbat dinner that Gerty is cooking up in the kitchen. He just showed me how to “talk” to other tweeters. I just talked to God! If anyone wants to try it just put an @ sign in front of a person’s Twitter screen name and your message will go right to them. Check out @TweetTheExodus. It is really a hoot. I kind of get it but I kind of don’t. Twitter is really special. Shabbat Shalom to you and yours.


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