Luckily we didn’t have to wait as long as we thought we would. It’s back!
I thought I might highlight some more of the great information and tools that he has shared on his website. For those of you interested in learning more about Jewish research he has several articles and many tools available. This is just a sample. He’s also got a whole section on the Holocaust and Eastern Europe!
- Jewish Calendar Demystified: APGQ September 2007
- Tombstone Dates: Deciphering Hebrew Tombstone Dates in One Step
- Molads and Torah Portions: Determining Molads and Torah Portions of Jewish Year in One Step
- Template (Jewish date): Template for adding Jewish date to your website
- Template (Sunrise/Sunset): Template for adding time of sunrise and sunset to your website
- Israeli Phone Directory (English): English front-end for Bezeq’s Israeli Phone Directory
- Jewish Marriage Contract (Ketubah): APGQ, September 2014
- Israel’s Fallen (English): English front-end for Izkor Database
- Chevra Kadisha (English): English front-end for Tel Aviv Burial Database
- Hebrew Google: Googling on Hebrew Text in One Step
- Hebrew Soundex: Generating Hebrew-Alphabet Daitch-Mokotoff Soundex Codes in One Step
While I was revisiting the site I caught sight of a call for volunteers. He’s looking for folks to assist in preparations for the release of the 1950 Federal Census. Steve needs folks who are detail oriented, computer savvy, and patient enough to deal with lots of data. If you’re interested in this visit this page to learn more.
So pop over there and take advantage of all of Steve’s hard work. It’s as easy as http://www.stevemorse.org