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Sunday, September 09, 2007

Rabbi-Gram coolest new feature on the Jewish web!

Just in time for the High Holidays, we've just released a new cool feature called the "Rabbi-Gram". Essentially it's a viral e-card system using really cool audio technology to build a custom-made and personalized talking Shanah Tovah e-card to send to a friend.

Here is the link to check it out:


Here is what our news team had to say about it:

Chabad.org took the world of viral media up a notch with the release this week of a High Holiday greeting featuring Rabbi Itche Kadoozy, the lead character from the highly popular "Itche Kadoozy" comedy series featured on the Web site.

The Rabbi Gram, produced in cooperation with Varitalk, is hailed by the site as a "breakthrough in computer-preachology!"

Anyone with an Internet connection can customize their own phone or e-mail message to be sent to friends and family. Users may personalize the message by inputting their name, the name of the person who will receive the message, what they do for fun and other particulars.

The result is a humorous greeting from the series’ rabbi employing a mixture of sarcasm and cheer in reminding of the upcoming holiday of Rosh Hashana, which begins Sept. 12 this year.

"Molly, how are you bubbaleh?" begins a sample message. "This is Rabbi Itche Kadoozy and I am sitting with your friend, Rebecca." The message then points out that in spite of all the craziness in one's life, the High Holidays are a time for reflection and resolve to improve for the better.

The High Holidays Rabbi-Gram, one of the many Free High Holiday Greeting Cards, and is part of a vast amount of High Holiday information, offered on chabad.org.

1 Comments:

At 9/9/07, 10:47 PM, Blogger therapydoc said...

I guess it had to happen.

 

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