No matter how knotty debates about privacy on the web get -- ahem, Facebook -- people who want to simultaneously keep their secrets and share them still feel safe on the internet. Take, for example, PostSecret.com, the website that displays artful postcards on which people have written their secrets.
The ginormous billboard jutting out from the side of MTV’s headquarters in Times Square tells a vivid pop culture story every few seconds as spots rotate on what is no doubt some of the world’s choicest ad terrain.
George Robinson |
Special To The Jewish Week
The voices soar, the harmonies arching over the almost percussive line laid down by the long-necked lute. The music is exhilarating, although the setting is a bit unlikely, a somewhat corporate-looking conference room in Forest Hills.
Gary Rosenblatt |
Editor And Publisher
Uzi Landau, a Knesset veteran of almost three decades and currently minister of tourism, was in New York last week to drum up travel business for Israel, particularly in the Christian communities, including Hispanic ones, here.
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