The Jewish and cinematic musings of the Rabbi of The Reform Temple of Rockland in Upper Nyack, New York.
Sunday, September 11, 2011
Blogging Elul - Day 10 Elul on the Web Part 2
This is from a note I received in response to my posting on Elul on the web:
"Dear Rabbi - there are apps for Elul in the AppStore. At least Selichot (both for Sefardim and Ashkenazim) and a bunch of Shofar apps (just for training and fun). There are also podcasts and other stuff in the iTunes. Check out http://www.jewishiphonecommunity.org and follow @Jewish_iPhone on Twitter for even more."
One of the great things about Elul is we can apologize for mistakes of the past. My apologies for missing out on all of these great sources in my blog mention. Feel free to check them out.
Rabbi Sharff is the Senior Rabbi for The Reform Temple of Rockland in Upper Nyack, New York. He was raised in Houston, Texas where he discovered the acoustic and electric guitar while sitting in his dorm room one day. Rabbi Sharff graduated from the University of Texas and was ordained at the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in Cincinnati.
Rabbi Sharff is the rhythm guitarist for RTR's in House Band, and he also served as the editor for Howard Salmon's z"l Comic Book Siddur.