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Charles Rawls, co-founder of the Dorsai Embassy, talks about the early days of the World Wide Web, his involvement in the launching of Chabad.org, and some of his personal experiences with Rabbi Yosef Y. Kazen and his work with Chabad.org some twenty years ago.

The Early Days of Chabad.org

The Early Days of Chabad.org

An interview with Charles Rawls

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The Early Days of Chabad.org: An interview with Charles Rawls

Charles Rawls, co-founder of the Dorsai Embassy, talks about the early days of the World Wide Web, his involvement in the launching of Chabad.org, and some of his personal experiences with Rabbi Yosef Y. Kazen and his work with Chabad.org some twenty years ago.
Kazen, Y.Y., Chabad-Lubavitch, Chabad.org, Internet
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maureen Ireland September 15, 2014

enjoyment Thank you very entertaining bless you all Reply

Anonymous Toronto, Canada March 12, 2014

Enjoyment B"H
Thank you this was most entertaining, every geek should watch.
Thank you again for this interview. Reply

Tom Williams Yonkers February 16, 2014

Thank you for history Thanks to Chabad.org and Mr. Rawls for the history and vision of Rabbi Kazen's passion to communicate. Reply

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