09.04.2011 05.Nisan, 5771
Website allows users to mix and match material to build their own Passover Haggadot.
Trying to inspire her secular family in New York to celebrate the Passover seder this year, Cori Widen decided to piece together a Haggadah that would appeal to her loved ones. While the 25-year-old Widen became religious and moved to Jerusalem, her family back home is still so unaffiliated that she'd be surprised if they have a Passover seder, and "if they do, it probably won't be kosher."
Widen took on her task by recently signed up at Haggadot.com, where surfers can create their individual Passover Haggadah, compiling different pieces of content the users themselves or others have contributed….