Thursday, August 18, 2011

Two great new blogs

Here is a beautiful new Hebrew blog called Notrikon. The blogger is affiliated with the Kedem auction house, where the very interesting items he discusses are from. So while it obviously is promotional for the auction house, it is most definitely a very real blog, similar to mine, actually, with interesting and informative posts by a blogger who knows his stuff.

Since Notrikon is in Hebrew, for readers who prefer English, Izgad ( recently began a literary blog called Tipsy on Books: Dispatches from the Tavern. Similarly, Izgad is now employed as the Judaica cataloger for Eric Chaim Kline, Bookseller, and his posts are about treasures and curiosities from his employer's inventory. But this blog too is a very legitimate, interesting blog in its own right and I would say that its commercial connection is irrelevent.

I stress that this post itself is not an ad or even a favor to these two bloggers. These are two very good new blogs that are worth your time and mine.


  1. Shouldn't it be Notarikon?

  2. Now if only you could figure out how to blog for profit!

  3. >Shouldn't it be Notarikon?

    Notaryekun according to the Tishbi. Anyway, "Notrikon" is a vulgar pronunciation. Parsha Blog "should be" Parasha Blog, but I don't think anyone would accuse it of not being on a high level.

    OTML Fan,

    Thanks. Donations definitely do help. :-)

  4. Thank you for the recommendation...
    according to the Tishbi - Basel 1601 - it's Netarikon (See in the heading of the blog)



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