Just in time for the high holidays, New York app developers have devised JewGlass: the Google Glass app that won’t less you miss a prayer. Or a kosher deli.
“By pushing contextual, geographic-aware, and time sensitive data directly into your line of vision – JewGlass can help you remember things such as prayer time deadlines, where to find kosher eateries, what or what not to say while praying in synagogue and Shabbat start or end times,” reads the description of JewGlass on RustyBrick’s site. “This is just the beginning, the practical applications are endless.”
Will it go back and do my Bat Mitzvah Torah portion for me?
“I’m literally just a Jewish person living in New York City, but I guess my neighbor doesn’t like that.”
Although he’s pulling the race card, The Observer can’t help but sympathize with Zev Geller, who is being sued for $500,000 for constructing a “fire hazard” on the terrace of his Trump Place condo, according to the Post.
And by “fire hazard” we are referring to his 20-foot sukkah,
Ilan Bracha has been having a great year, as revealed in a profile in today’s Observer: He continues to be one of the city’s top brokers and developers and is even launching a new office for Keller Williams, the country’s third-largest real estate franchise. During lunch with The Observer, the pious Bracha–he meditates and Read More