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Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Cell phone donation program

Check out our new Cell Phone Donation Program - where you donate a phone and turn it into a mitzvah. Under the domain www.charity-phones.org, this affiliate program will donate 100% of the value of the phone to Chabad.org.

What are you waiting for? Do a mitzvah!

Weekly Torah for Kids

This new section launched a week or two ago. It's a Parsha section for Kids! That link will automatically bring you to the current parsha.

This section has lots of kid-friendly parsha stuff, like a simple Parsha roundup, IKS video, songs and coloring pages.

It's a great addition to the Kids Zone.

New Hebrew Magazine Subscription

We sent out our first edition of the Hebrew-site Email Magazine today! It's a new subscription that visitors to the Hebrew site can sign up for so that they can get updates on new articles in the Hebrew site. It's a nicely designed HTML email in an easy-to-read format.

It's also been added as an option on the subscribe page too.

Larger Video Player

Check out our updated Video Player. It's not much, but I'm sure you'll appreciate the bigger size when you watch. No need to maximize to a full window now!

Views on the News Blog

Editor Naftali Silberberg shares with us a new blog on Chabad.org - his take on the news. Hot topics can be anything from politics, the Super Bowl, or just local stuff happening in NYC.

Of course, there will be lessons to learn and insights to glean - classic Chabad.org. :)

Wednesday, February 06, 2008

Email Subscriptions now in HTML

Have you noticed that we have begun converting all of our email subscriptions to HTML? Yup, we have a great design, and have been getting great feedback!


Tuesday, February 05, 2008

Fan Says He Knows the Secret of Giants' Success

With the NY Giants winning Super Bowl XLVII this past Sunday, check out this article:

Fan Says He Knows the Secret of Giants' Success
Jan 30, 2008
Lifelong New York Giants fan Jay Greenfield has been donning tefillin three days a week since early on in the 2007 season. He plans to continue, whether or not his favorite team wins Sunday’s Super Bowl against the New England Patriots.