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Show Notes: Tech In Religion 01

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“Tech In Religion” is a running series under the Technically Religious umbrella. In these episodes, we look at technology – be it a website, a phone app, or a gadget – that somehow deepens, strengthens, or improves our experience of or connection to our faith (our religious, moral, and/or ethical point of view). This is a tech review lovingly wrapped in a through-line about faith in general and our experience of faith in particular. The goal is to uncover and promote tech you (our audience) might not have heard about; or describe a use for tech you may know, but didn’t think of using in connection with your religious experiences.

Leon Adato is joined by Yechiel Kalmenson and Ben Keen, along with a voice new to Technically Religious listeners: Jason Carrier. Listen or read the transcript below:

Our Guests

Ben Keen, Sr Systems Administrator – Monitoring

  • @the_ben_keen

Jason Carrier, Product Manager, Solarwinds (+Freelance)

  • Twitter: @network_carrier

Yechiel Kalmenson

  • @yechielk
  • Newsletter/book:

Leon Adato, Head Geek, Solarwinds

  • @LeonAdato

Links mentioned in the episode:

Jason Carrier

  • Binaural headphones:
  • Noise-canceling headphones (no specific recommendation)
  • Radical Candor –


  • Daily Study Schedule – Google Calendar (
  • HebCal –
  • MyZmanim –
  • Compass –


  • (612-276-2467)
  • Artscroll Talmud app –
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