Published

Below are links to my published writings in reverse chronological order.

REPORTING

Tech world, you are also to blame for the rise of Donald Trump

Business Insider | November, 2016

For women tracking their fertility, only a few apps can help

Geektime | October, 2016

Buzz Aldrin: Most important thing to get to Mars is break through relationship with China

Geektime | July, 2016

Eric Schmidt, Alphabet’s Executive Chairman, worries that the startup nation has worthy competitors

Geektime | June, 2016

Asian hardware at ChinaBang was amazing. Profitable? It depends (VIDEO)

Geektime | April, 2016

I am guilty of writing sexist ‘women in tech’ headlines

Geektime | March, 2016

Prosper, which bought Israeli BillGuard, sees riches in startup struggles

Geektime | January, 2016

How Gimlet Media’s $6M Series A could restore some faith in the media business

Geektime | December, 2015

SimilarWeb buys Silicon Valley mobile startup Quettra for about $10M

Geektime | December, 2015

How Israeli CyberArk became a billion dollar cybersecurity company

Geektime | November, 2015

According to Ben Horowitz, there is no tech bubble

Geektime | November, 2015

Despite the killings, Israel’s tech scene continues to thrive (Original title: The startup nation during a wave of terror – surprisingly, both are booming)

Next Web / Geektime | October, 2015

EXCLUSIVE: OnePlus 2 phones sold without invite reported to have pre-installed malware

Geektime | September, 2015

What can stop a cyber attack?

Geektime | February, 2015

How China is shaping the global economy in 5 charts

Geektime | August, 2014

Can current tech solve acute depression?

Geektime | August, 2014

These Intense Images Sum Up The Mood In Israel Right Now

Mic | July, 2014

These Powerful Videos Show The Possibilities For Life After ‘Orange Is The New Black’ 

Mic (formerly known as PolicyMic) | June, 2014

How The Middle East Is Solving the Gender Gap That Silicon Valley Is Ignoring

PolicyMic | April, 2014

One Woman’s Mastectomy Becomes Her Inspiration to Create the Perfect Nipple

PolicyMic | April, 2014

In Major Breakthrough, an Israeli Company Has Created Water Out of Thin Air

PolicyMic | March, 2014

Does Waze Mark the Beginning of the End of Israel’s Brain Drain?

The Atlantic | July, 2013

Cracking the Technion’s Code 

The Jerusalem Post, Metro | May, 2013

On the Online Front: ‘Jerusalem behind the headlines’

The Jerusalem Post, Metro | April, 2013

Haifa’s Florentin: While the municipality could do more to renovate the ill-kempt Hadar neighborhood, one of the country’s most diverse, grassroots efforts are being made to promote coexistence and encourage community activism.

The Jerusalem Post, Metro | April, 2013

The Allure of the City by the Bay: A small immigrant shift is taking place in Haifa.

The Jerusalem Post, Metro | March, 2013

If You Build It, They Will Come

Jewish Exponent | January, 2013

50 Shades of America: The faces of the election

Walla! News (Hebrew version) | November, 2012

Jpost.com | November, 2012

Interview with Adi Ezroni: Hatufim lead actress, Hollywood producer, and huge Princess Bride fan.

Jerusalem Post Lite | October, 2012

The Young Professionals: D”ash interviews the most hyped Israeli band of 2012.

D”ash Magazine by the Jerusalem Post | August, 2012

Israelis in Vietnam: From drug addicts to fakers, and in the middle, the heroic truth.

Jpost.com | January, 2012

Cherries and Golden Butterflies: Holocaust Survivor Creates Moving Art Exhibition.

Jerusalem Post Lite | November, 2011

Interview with Jimmy Wales, Founder of Wikipedia

Jerusalem Post Lite | August, 2011

What are Holocaust humor’s limits?

Jerusalem Post Magazine | August, 2011

PEACE & JUSTICE

This includes reporting, personal pieces, and op-eds. Additionally, I have a separate peace and justice related blog called The Internal Conflict which I began when I first came to Israel.

Waiting for a final ceasefire

Times of Israel | July, 2014

Haifa’s Florentin: While the municipality could do more to renovate the ill-kempt Hadar neighborhood, one of the country’s most diverse, grassroots efforts are being made to promote coexistence and encourage community activism.

The Jerusalem Post, Metro | April, 2013

Arabs and Jews want to save lives

Jerusalem Post Blog | February, 2012

Holocaust free speech v. hate speech?

Jerusalem Post Blog | January, 2012

Cherries and Golden Butterflies: Holocaust Survivor Creates Moving Art Exhibition

Jerusalem Post Lite | November, 2011

A Fresh Perspective on Gilad Shalit: From my Mom

Jerusalem Post Blog | October, 2011

Why Keeping it Real about Israel is Hard

Jerusalem Post Blog | September, 2011

Tent Protests, Terror Attacks, and How I Met Your Mother.

Jerusalem Post Blog | August, 2011

Are you planning for September?

Jerusalem Post Blog | August, 2011

The tents’ sweet beginning.

Jerusalem Post Blog | August, 2011

Never again: The grandchildren of Holocaust survivors tell their stories- Page 1

Never again: The grandchildren of Holocaust survivors tell their stories- Page 2

D”ash Magazine by the Jerusalem Post | April, 2011

Smashing the glass ceiling- Page 1 

Smashing the glass ceiling- Page 2 

D”ash Magazine by the Jerusalem Post | March, 2011

Don’t kill our dream: Why the government needs to help young people with the housing crisis

Jerusalem Post Lite | February, 2011

What is the media’s role in coexistence?- Page 1

What is the media’s role in coexistence?- Page 2

D”ash Magazine by the Jerusalem Post | February, 2011

The laundry can wait: Haredi women take on the workplace

Jerusalem Post Lite | January, 2011

Is voluntary seating really voluntary?

Jerusalem Post Lite | January, 2011

The Israel Experience: Diaspora Jews are giving back- Page 1

The Israel Experience: Diaspora Jews are giving back- Page 2 

D”ash Magazine by the Jerusalem Post | January, 2011

Why is Teenage Pregnancy Still on the Rise?

AlterNet | May, 2010

Why Did It Take So Long for a Woman to Win Best Director? (reprinted from San Francisco Chronicle)

AlterNet | March, 2010

Need more women leaders (2nd letter to the editor)

Oakland Tribune | March, 2010

Why did it take so long for a woman to win best director?

San Francisco Chronicle | March, 2010

PERSONAL

First, I was writing a weekly personal column with the Jerusalem Post Lite on a trial basis. This ended up being picked up by the Jerusalem Post’s blog section. The blog was called A new take on native and it chronicled my impressions of Israel as a new immigrant on a personal and political level.

Below are pieces from both of these professional outlets.

Arabs and Jews want to save lives

Jerusalem Post Blog | February, 2012

Holocaust free speech v. hate speech?

Jerusalem Post Blog | January, 2012

A word for losing a child

Jerusalem Post Blog | January, 2012

Holocaust survivor creates moving art exhibition

Jerusalem Post Blog | December, 2011

Working it: Some advice about journalism in Israel

Jerusalem Post Blog | November, 2011

A Fresh Perspective on Gilad Shalit: From my Mom

Jerusalem Post Blog | October, 2011

My Israeli Love Story: Part II – At The Airport

Jerusalem Post Blog | October, 2011

Why Keeping it Real about Israel is Hard

Jerusalem Post Blog | September, 2011

My Israeli Love Story

Jerusalem Post Blog | September, 2011

Tent Protests, Terror Attacks, and How I Met Your Mother.

Jerusalem Post Blog | August, 2011

Are you planning for September?

Jerusalem Post Blog | August, 2011

The tents’ sweet beginning.

Jerusalem Post Blog | August, 2011

My boss punched me. With love. (Republished from JPost Lite original)

Jerusalem Post Blog | August, 2011

Going Native. A New immigrant’s growing pains in Israel.

Jerusalem Post Lite | June, 2011

“She was Nice.” An Israeli dose of reality.

Jerusalem Post Lite | June, 2011

Welcome to Israel! My boss punched me. With love.

Jerusalem Post Lite | June, 2011


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