Former Microsoft marketing maven Lior Zoref says ‘mindsharing’ can make our decisions better, quicker and easier.
As editor of the Haaretz English Edition style guide, Shoshana Kordova is responsible for setting the newspaper's style and attempting to induce staff members to adhere to it. She also edits and translates news and feature articles, opinion pieces and book reviews for the English edition.
Shoshana writes a column on political language for The Faster Times and is a former contributing writer for the (now defunct) Chicago-based monthly World Jewish Digest. She has also written for media outlets including the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Religion News Service, Women's Feature Service, The Jerusalem Post and, of course, Haaretz, where she has been working in various capacities since 2002.
Shoshana has a master's degree in journalism from Columbia University and has taught journalistic translation at Beit Berl College in Kfar Sava. Her online home is www.shoshanakordova.com.
In her debut novel ‘Washing the Dead,’ Michelle Brafman shows us that woundedness — damage to mind and soul — can travel down the generations, as can kindness, courage and self-healing.
When Israelis go to the polls March 17, they’ll be picking a party, not a prime minister. So how exactly will Israel’s next leader get into office? Find out in this step-by-step guide.
Genuine freedom of speech includes the right to publish offensive cartoons as well as the right to protest them.
It's not just Americans who have trouble pronouncing the name of this winter holiday. Israelis get it wrong too.
Brace for some naked truth, born in a bomb shelter in Tel Aviv: This new social networking app by this Israeli startup gives you instant feedback.
Water is older than the Sun, science found - which, say some rabbis, supports the story of Genesis.
In this final Word of the Day column, the time has come to say see you around someday.
This word can refer to a day of paintball, a military selection process or a cease-fire proposal. Soon it will all be crystal clear.
This domed headpiece that evokes farming in the hot sun is an iconic symbol of the Israeli pioneer.