Technology is certainly making things easier for observant Jews. Among the most recent innovations is a website for those too busy to pray — it says it will to do it for you.
Informationageprayer.com claims that it can recite Jewish, Christian or Muslim prayers for only $1.99 per month.
Although it has had more than 15,000 hits in a week, very few people have taken the service up so far, said co-founder James Mcarlos.
Meanwhile, Yiddish speaking Israelis with sense-of-direction issues can now buy a Yiddish satnav.
The iGO8 Judaism GPS is designed to shlep all you around the country without getting lost.
It includes the addresses of thousands of synagogues, mikvehs and kosher restaurants.