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  • Idea #23: Jewish identity projects are not the answer

    This post is available to read at its rightful home, Jewcy.com, but because the site is still having some technical issues, we have it here for you to read as well.  According to Jewcy’s official statement, they’ve been "hacked by Antarctica based nihilists dressed in white bunny costumes.  They can’t be found, but Jewcy’s growing IT… More ▸

  • Idea #16: Chai Mitzvah

    This installment of the 28days28ideas comes from Jewcy.com, but is appearing today on the Fundermentalist because of technical difficulties. When Jewcy is back up and running, we’ll put the post back where it belongs. Life is a process of continuous growth.   While the age of thirteen is indeed a Jewish milestone, Chai Mitzvah believes… More ▸

  • Idea #9: It’s time for a systems upgrade

    This installment of the 28days28ideas comes from Jewcy.com, but is appearing today on the Fundermentalist because of technical difficulties. When Jewcy is back up and running, we’ll put the post back where it belongs. As I read through the collection of ideas  — big and small, new and not-so-new — that make up this project,… More ▸

  • The Forward to become Zeek magazine’s Web host

    The Forward will become the Web host for Zeek magazine, according to mediabistro. Zeek, which had been hosted by Jewcy.com until it lost its funders this winter, had been seeking another partner and apparently found one in the Forward. The two entities will remain editorially independent, the Forward’s editor, Jane Eisner, told mediabistro’s Fishbowlny: Under… More ▸

  • Jewcy’s money problems won’t hurt Zeek

    Zeek magazine, which had a strategic partnership with Jewcy, said today that it would not be affected by the decision of Jewcy’s main backers to pull their funding out of the online magazine. From Zeek: For the past year, Zeek magazine has partnered with Jewcy at www.jewcy.com/zeek. On Wednesday, February 17, 2009, JTA reported that… More ▸

  • Jewcy’s funding dries up

    The future of the online cultural magazine Jewcy took a serious blow this week when its primary funders pulled their financial support from the magazine, the Fundermentalist has learned. According to a senior staff member of the magazine, its primary funder, theater mogul Jon Steingart, and its president, Tahl Raz, informed the staff on Friday,… More ▸