Watching The Wheels


04/02/2012 23:01:41

Loved YouTube - Broadcast Yourself. (via Boxee)


02/19/2012 14:08:47

a nice place to hack on Flickr.great coffe and a nice place to work in the carmel market

a nice place to hack on Flickr.

great coffe and a nice place to work in the carmel market


02/08/2012 10:40:29

First Blood on Flickr.First Blood art installation in the mazeh 9 coworking space

First Blood on Flickr.

First Blood art installation in the mazeh 9 coworking space


01/26/2012 19:33:47

מפגש פעילים של הסדנא on Flickr.במפגש פעילים של הסדנא

מפגש פעילים של הסדנא on Flickr.

במפגש פעילים של הסדנא


01/24/2012 20:51:58

Time to get back on that camel

It looks like I’m going to start a new company next month. The idea is neat, the team is balanced, and the founders are friends.  The best part is that it’s a faceless app built on top of the best services out there and coding it will be fun.

It’s going to my 3rd company in 15 years and I want to get it right this time.  My first company is a success and the second was a failure, but I learned a lot:

A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.


If you rather have it in points:

  • Habit 1: Be Proactive
  • Habit 2: Begin with the End in Mind
  • Habit 3: Put First Things First

Stephen R. Covey

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01/13/2012 17:33:37

חופש דת ויהדות בישראל


01/11/2012 12:20:34

Brain storming on Flickr.Brain storming

Brain storming on Flickr.

Brain storming


12/31/2011 08:46:52


Started a new thing!
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12/31/2011 08:42:25

Cities’ Cost Cuttings Leave Residents in the Dark - Monica Davey via


Newest sign of austerity: cutting back on street lights.

Monica Davey via

Cities around the nation, grappling with what is expected to be a fifth consecutive year of declining revenues and having exhausted the predictable budget trims, are increasingly considering something that would once have been untouchable: the lights.

Highland Park’s circumstances are extreme; with financial woes so deep and long term, it has extinguished all but 500 streetlights in a city accustomed to 1,600, utility company officials say. But similar efforts have played out in dozens of towns and cities, like Myrtle Creek, Ore., Clintonville, Wis., Brainerd, Minn., Santa Rosa, Calif., and Rockford, Ill.

What distinguishes these latest austerity measures is how noticeable they are to ordinary residents. If health care cuts, pay cuts, layoffs and furloughs — and even limits on enforcing building codes or maintaining parks — are most apparent to the people inside city halls, everyone notices when his streetlights go dark (and some cities, like Colorado Springs, where the issue boiled over, have already resumed some lighting when revenues allowed).

Turning off the lights has drawn grumpy crowds to city council meetings, stirred jealousy among neighborhoods and neighbors, and set off conversations about crime.

The cost savings seems to be the sole motivator of this trend, but what about the green dimension? Should we be burning all that oil to make the dark hours of night light? Even when people aren’t around? Is it sustainable? Probably not.

If cities were on a solar set-up — charging during the day to run lights at night — it would be a different story. But the majority of cities simply have been buying electricity from utilities, the majority of which is fueled by coal and natural gas: unsustainable sources.

Can’t people carry flashlights?


12/29/2011 11:33:38

TLV-»Jaffa on Flickr.TLV-»Jaffa

TLV-»Jaffa on Flickr.




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