Welcome to Tablet 2.0, the new and vastly expanded site of your favorite magazine about Jewish life and culture.
As we hope you’ll agree, the changes are extensive without being disruptive. We’ve revamped the homes of everyone’s favorite features, like Vox Tablet, and introduced a slew of new ones, including platforms for multimedia (slideshows, videos, and even recipe cards) and—right on time—special index pages for the Jewish holidays, each featuring Tablet’s trademark FAQs, essays, and special reports. The Scroll now scrolls, enabling readers to glean more of it at a glance, and new drop-down menus at the top of the homepage also enable viewers to preview the contents of the each section.
But the changes go beyond the technical: We have a brand new Arts and Culture section, introduced here by Literary Editor David Samuels and Senior Editor Matthew Fishbane. And today we also welcome Bari Weiss, who will be taking over the News and Politics section.
Special thanks to Rob Giampietro, Prem Krishnamurthy, Chris McCaddon and Andrew Le Clair of Project Projects, our original designers to whom we turned yet again for their singularly inspired guidance. Tablet Magazine should live until 120, if only for the chance to keep working with them.