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Kazen, Y.Y.

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With a passion for the latest technological gadget, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Kazen always learned on the job. But he had an even greater passion—spreading Judaism. These two passions worked hand in hand when he founded the very first website dedicated to teac...
Is TCP/IP another name for God? --Rabbi Yosef Y. Kazen
1998
Kislev 12 is the yahrtzeit (date of the passing) of Chabad.org's founding director, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Kazen ("YYK," 1954-1998), widely acclaimed as the "father of the Jewish internet." Links: Tribute Section to YY Kazen About YY Kazen The Soul of Cyber...
Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Kazen, Director of Chabad Lubavitch in Cyberspace and considered by many the pioneer of Jewish education on the internet.
Rabbi Peretz Kazen, Son of Chabad.org’s Founder YY Kazen, Sets Out to Dedicate Campus in Father’s Memory
In the late 1980s, Rabbi Y.Y. Kazen recognized that the future lay in what would soon become the World Wide Web. This vision would lead him to found Chabad-Lubavitch of Cyberspace, also known as Chabad.org. By the time Kazen tragically passed away in 1998...
Rabbi Kazen dreamed of a world where access to Jewish wisdom and ideas would be freely available, and we are all part of that vision!
He saw opportunity where few others did, creating the virtual world of Torah, Judaism, and kindness known as Chabad.org.
Dear Friend, If you grew up in the 1990s, you may share some of my coming-of-age firsts: first time speaking on a cell phone (a brick-like contraption with a long antenna), first email account (remember AOL?), first time purchasing an airline ticket onlin...
Rabbi Yosef Y. Kazen at the Kinus Hashluchim 5755 (1994)
Rabbi Kazen presents the vision and reach for Chabad-Lubavitch in Cyberspace at the 1995 Conference of Chabad-Lubavitch Emissaries
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