First 31 Days, 31 Ideas; Now 28 Days, 28 Ideas

Daniel Sieradsky is an interdisciplinary artist and documentarian investigating post-normative forms of Jewish cultural expression. He is Director of Technology for Repair the World, former Director of Digital Media for JTA News and founding publisher of the pioneering blog Jewschool.
For January of 2010, he blogged a daily idea for how technology could help the Jewish people in a series 31 Days, 31 Ideas. It is fascinating reading and I hope to see many of those ideas. Now, he is back as part of a February series (this time with partners JTA & The Fundermentalist, the Forward and its Sisterhood Blog, eJewish Philanthropy, Jewcy, Jewschool, the Jewish Federations of North America and 31 Days, 31 Ideas, a project of Daniel Sieradski) will together publish 28 ideas from 28 Jewish thinkers. I can't wait to see what they come up with. The first idea is for Jewish media to cooperate and cross-link, creating Jewish media mashups.

I challenge any of the students (or campus professionals) reading this to try the same thing: come up with a new idea for campus Jewish life each day. If you do, let me know.

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