Sunday, December 31, 2006

Guest book and introduction

Shalom and greetings. This page contains this blog's (draft) policies. It also serves as a guest book: If you are not inclined to comment elsewhere, would you please be so kind as to "sign in" as a visitor with a brief comment to this post.

Orthodoxy: Click here for the main Quicksilver blog. This version of Quicksilver is designed for those Orthodox readers who would like to avoid references and external links to non-Orthodox sources. The rabbinic sources here are Orthodox, with rare exceptions for information or critique purposes. At the suggestion of an Orthodox group, I have set up this more Orthodox version of my main site as an experiment. It is incomplete and it might not be sustainable. In any event, I welcome comments about the wisdom and/or design of this more Orthodox version of the Quicksilver blog.

Comments: Your comments add greatly to the quality and character of this Quicksilver: blog. Like the posts, your comments will hopefully further the study and discussion of topics congruent with this blog’s emerging character. These topics include: Jewish law and ethics, Torah, environmental and health policy, business ethics, bioethics, social justice, political economy and technology. Comments in the spirit of free-ranging debate, creative personal expression, and frank critique are most welcome! However, comments will be deleted (or edited) if they denigrate individual character. So please let me know if you have any concerns about specific posts or comments.

Confidentiality: The anonymity of sources will be respected in the Quicksilver blog. Accordingly, I will edit/omit comments that may divulge an anonymous source (including yours truly). However, unless you are Karl Rove, I am not confident that I would go to jail to protect a confidential source!

Halakhah (Jewish law): the posts and comments here are not intended to serve as advice on halakhah and not for practical observance. This is true, especially since I am often posting about the daf yomi whereas halakhah is not based simply on the Talmud. This disclaimer goes without saying, but let it be said.

Again, welcome!

Kaspit כספית

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Anonymous Sacred Sites said...

Hi kaspit,
I was just passing looking for Jewish links on the blogger site and found your this post blog. Your blog was not quite what I was looking for, but I enjoyed my visit all the same.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

I will definitely refer my friends in rabbinical school (and all others who are ready to think) to your site!
You've thrown me into the "sea of Talmud" and I've begun to swim.
Thank you.

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