When Americans joined an exchange program on Jewish peoplehood in Israel, they brought diversity to the table. Or was it sectarianism?
Project Zug uses online video chat platform Skype to connect Jews around the world through hevruta, the age-old Jewish tradition of studying in pairs.
Has advancing technology like FaceTime, Google+ Hangouts and other apps designed to keep people connected ended up helping long distance relationships survive? Joining Janet to explore the idea are guests Haley Thompson, Cathy Arias, Benjamin Howarth, Oleg Kostour and Dr. Hooman Samani.