It's exactly what happens on every screen I look at, all day long, on the machine in front of me. No wonder the Internet feels so much like home.


Rabbi Mark Fitzerman was educated at the University of Michigan, and went on to a masters degree and ordination at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America.  After five years in Kansas City, he came to his current pulpit in Oklahoma in 1985.Currently he is rabbi of Congregation B'nai Emunah in Tulsa Oklahoma.  Rabbi Fitzerman is a published author and dynamic leader.  He has been at the forefront of contemporizing Conservative liturgy and practice.  He is an accomplished archivist and artist. Fitzerman's current photographic work is focused on vernacular photography and the expressive power of anonymous images.

8/17/2009 4:00:00 AM
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