The Torah Aura Productions offices have been busy lately.
Josh and Jane were in Chicago last week for the Jewish Educators Assembly conference at the Doubletree Hotel in Skokie. They had a great time showing off new products (check out Josh’s giant poster-sized version of his new book), and they had an even better time meeting new people and seeing old friends. Accomplishment of the Week: Josh figured out how to hook up his laptop to his hotel room’s TV, so he and Jane were able to watch a documentary about fonts. No joke… it was a whole movie about fonts.
One of our recent publications, Twenty Things for Grandparents of Interfaith Grandchildren to Do by Kerry Olitzky and Paul Golin, was featured in an article by the JTA’s Sue Fishkoff. The piece was published in a bunch of Jewish papers nationwide, and it even was translated to German and published in the big Jewish paper over there in Deutchland, Jüdische Allgemeine Zeitung.
Our internet was down for a couple of hours this week, and that had Alan preoccupied. If you sent any of us an email on Thursday evening or Friday morning, it took awhile for us to get it. We apologize, and so does our internet provider.
So, thanks to someone pushing the right buttons over at AT&T headquarters, we’re back up now. It was a little internet miracle in honor of Adar. Okay… It’s only Adar Aleph. But Happy Adar anyway!