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The Blog Carnival Of Our Community

Hi folks,

I am Jack and I am the admin for Haveil Havalim, the blog carnival of our community. Now that the dust has settled somewhat from the conference I wanted to take a moment to promote H.H. again.

If you are unfamilar a blog carnival is a sort of blog event in which a series of posts are highlighted/promoted about a particular topic. In respect to Haveil Havalim it is a weekly event that is hosted on various blogs within the JBlogosphere.

Each week the host serves a variety of different posts that deal with Israel, Judaism, Torah, Culture, Politics and Personal. If you are new to the JBlogosphere or interested in finding out what is going on it is a great way to gain some insight.

It is also a fantastic way to gain more exposure for your blog and to learn about other blogs that you might find to be of interest. One of the things that I like about it is that it is inclusive and not exclusive. It is one of the few places in the world where you will find all Jews interacting with each other.

Blogging has enriched my life and I have made some good friends through it that I probably never would have met otherwise. H.H. has been a valuable part of it.

I'd like to encourage you all to participate in it. Even if you choose not to host you can always submit posts. The best way to do so is through the Blog Carnival form. Please remember that we ask that you submit no more than three posts at a time.

If you have any questions please feel free to contact me at my blog or via email talktojacknow-at-sbcglobal-dot-net.

For a list of past editions of H.H. please click here.

Crossposted at The Muqata.


You know, I feel like a complete moron, but I'm taking an entire grad seminar on Qohelet and the moment the professor started yammering on about Vanity of Vanities I had this gigantic AHA! moment and thought fondly of the carnival :)

Just thought I'd share.
Anonymous said…
Thanks for creating HH Jack. It's a great weekly blogging event.
Jack Steiner said…

Good to know that we have effectively branded the carnival. ;)


Actually Soccer Dad created it. I just picked up where he left off.
Risa Tzohar said…
Well then, thanks for taking over from Soccer Dad.
Jack Steiner said…

It is my pleasure.