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Feedback on my op-ed

Prof. Andre De Quadros, University of Boston: 
"Thanks Vered, what you have written is incredible because you provoke people's thinking in a compassionate way". 

Prof. Amiram Goldblum, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem: 
"The article is excellent and important! You've built an impressive formation around a subject which indeed wasn't on anyone's mind. You've turned it into a subject which is of a broad and widening interest to the general public - an interest which will only grow wider, in my opinion". 

Paul SolomonGoogle, Head of Communications and Public Affairs in Israel, Middle East, Africa and Turkey:
"An important article written by a remarkable person".

Duncan Stewart, Director of Research at Deloitte Canada:
"Great article on Digital Death, a potential Deloitte Predictions topics for 2015".

If you haven't read the op-ed yet in Haaretz in English, here is a direct link:, but a subscription is required. It can be bypassed either by this Tweet, or by googling this - but only in Firefox - and clicking on the first search result. 


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An Op-Ed I Wrote was Published (in English) at Haaretz News Website Today

I wrote an Op-Ed which got published (in English) in Haaretz news website today: When will Digital Death go mainstream in Israel?.

If you're not subscribers, and you have a Twitter or a Facebook account, clicking through the social network will get you past the payment requirement. Here is the link to the tweet Haaretz posted. 

Another option, if you have Firefox browser only: click on through Firefox, and the first search result will get you through. 


For Updates from the 'Death Online Research Symposium', You're Welcome to Follow:

I'm heading out towards the 'Death Online Research Symposium', held in Durham, UK, this week: April 9th-10th. 

You're welcome to follow live updates from the symposium via: 
I thank all the people who participated in the crowdfunding and allowed me to travel. 

Update: follow #dors on all social networks. 

So What is it That I'm Saying, Exactly?

Last month marked three years since my brother was killed. 
When I look back on everything that took place since, it becomes clear to me that I have a say, and that what I wish to say is well grounded, and that there is a change I wish to bring about. 

So I added a new page to the blog, titled: "So What is it That I'm Saying, Exactly?


The Crowdfunding Was Successful!

I'm happy and excited to share the news: The Crowdfunding was successful! I removed the PayPal button from the blog. 

The entire sum has been transferred: about 4,000 NIS, which after PayPal's commission, makes about 3,800 - the sum needed to cover the minimal travelling expenses (detailed costs can be found below). 

36 people participated: friends, family members, strangers, colleagues from Israel and abroad, most of them from Israel and some from England, Ireland, France, USA and even Hong Kong and Trinidad. 

I'll update from the Symposium, You're welcome to follow by: 
Thank you everyone who participated. Your support is greatly appreciated. 

Detailed costs:

2,410 NIS Flights 

£240 Symposium 

£85 Trains

£30 Local travel