On Facebook: Passover 2.0

On Facebook: Passover 2.0

Oy! You’re at the Seder table and can’t find those old wine-stained haggadahs. No sweat. Just haul out your iPhone and use the 2010 Facebook Haggadah. It’s based on an ancient text — the 2009 Facebook Haggadah.

A really old-style option: downloading Rabbi Blank’s Internet Haggadah. Of course, many youngsters prefer to follow Moses out of Egypt on Twitter ….

 

h/t: PunkTorah.com

Image (“Moses Gets Friended, after Rembrandt van Rijn”) by Mike Licht. Download a copy here. Creative Commons license. Credit: Mike Licht, NotionsCapital.com

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One Response to “On Facebook: Passover 2.0”

  1. Mike Licht Says:

    Update:

    “My Seder with Joan and Melissa Rivers,” Paula Froelich, Daily Beast.

    “At White House Seder: Gefilte Fish, Brisket and a Host of Familiar Faces,” Lynn Sweet, Politics Daily.

    “Nacho Seder Plate,” Nachos NY.

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