About me: New interactive feature on JPost.com

March 12, 2007 12:59


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Yaakov Katz, Editor-in-Chief


Your chance to be on the home page of JPost.com

Why are people so interested in other people? Well, because people are interesting. Whether like us or not, there is a human craving to learn about others. In detail. The great thing about JPost.com readers is that they span across five continents. Whether from the US, Canada, Israel, the UK, Brazil, France, Sweden, Australia, the Palestinian Authority, Singapore, Iran or Tanzania (just to name a few), we all have a story to tell. We would like to invite you, our reader, to fill out the following questionnaire about yourself. The best ones will be posted on the home page so we can all learn about each other. Click here to fill out the questionnaire... ... and here to send us a photo we can publish (don't forget to include your name).

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