Shabbat Shalom and Happy New Year! Believe it or not, this is our last post for 2011. We can’t believe how fast the year has gone, particularly the last few weeks of whirlwind activity here in Boulder.
Even though it was a holiday week, the BJN staff took advantage of a relatively light news week to do some end-of-year site work. If you noticed some fluctuation in load times, it’s likely due to our behind-the-scenes work. Website performance should settle down (means: improve) further over the weekend. Thank you for your patience!
While it is clearly a quiet week, many of you have been thoughtful during this holiday. As a result, more than half of today’s news is opinion/guest blog pieces. Each is thought-provoking as well, so curl up with your iPhone, iPad, Nook, Kindle or other e-reading device in front of a blazing fire and enjoy. Boulder Jewish News looks great on Flipboard (iPad and iPhone), Pulse (iPad, Kindle, Nook Tablet), and of course Google Reader (on any device) – no need to wait for the morning (or weekly) email, you can get the latest news on any of these great gadgets.* Still have your original Kindle? Boulder Jewish News is available by subscription in a Kindle format as well, through Amazon (click here to check it out!). Smartphones work too with a mobile-optimized version, just visit boulderjewishnews.org in your browser. As always, bookmark it for an easy find!
See you next year!