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WikiWorks goes Rabbinic

Since this is my first post, I’ll start by introducing myself. I started my SMW consulting career with my own company named Tosfos Development, based in Queens, NY. When Yaron started WW and asked me to join, I jumped at the opportunity.

But that’s old news. In new news (That can’t be grammatically correct and if it is, it shouldn’t be. Hey, can I have a full sentence in parentheses smack in the middle of another sentence?) I am pleased to announce that in addition to my years of experience with the semantic technologies, I have just become an ordained Rabbi! Need a kosher wiki? Trim the pork from your budget! Got milk? Then don’t add meat! I’ll end here.

I guess this adds some more diversity to an already diverse team. We have consultants in three continents which means we cover half the world (subtracting Antarctica – poor Antarctica!). We can handle pretty much anything, such as custom extensions, skins, php, Semantic Bundle, wiki hosting and theological questions.

Wishing a happy Independence Day to my fellow Americans!

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  1. I vote for an “English 2.0″ draft that clarifies such nesting issues and increases overall awesomeness. Furthermore it should force everyone to bold the word awesome EVERYWHERE.

    … Ok, that was rather off-topic :)

  2. Actually Google is set to release a beta. Microsoft announced some vague promises about something that’s behind schedule and is rumored to not be fully compliant.

    It is off topic. Perhaps it deserves its own thread? ;)

  3. I vote for an “English 2.0″ draft that clarifies such nesting issues and increases overall awesomeness. Furthermore it should force everyone to bold the word awesome EVERYWHERE.
    +1



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