The Net is not only the source of You Tubes, but Torah lessons from Humash to the Daily Daf of Gemara. You can wittness a slaughting of a lamb with explanations, albeit in Hebrew. Indeed, other than "Rav Google", if you have the means to pay for the on-line for fee data base sponsored by the Yeshiva University-Bar Ilan that specializes in what is otherwise called Judaica. Mind you, it is true that there are the purists who still like the feel of "a book" in their hands. Somewhow these retros still like the sound of pages flipping in the air. However, it seems there are quite a few techie 'furmmies" who go into cyberspace to access their Torah learning. Either way, it seems to work out fairly well for either of them.
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from the article: Reaching the JewTube generation