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New York, NY 10001
United States of America

Founded in 2002, Reboot engages and inspires young, Jewishly-unconnected cultural creatives, innovators and thought-leaders who, through their candid and introspective conversations and collaboration, generate projects that impact both the Jewish and non-Jewish worlds. 


10Q -  Reflect. React. Renew


Are you ready to 10Q? From its online headquarters at,  Reboot’s 10Q project gives you an opportunity to answer 10 questions about the year that has just passed and the year to come, creating a new way to engage in reflection during the High Holidays.  Fusing modern technologies and ancient customs, 10Q attracts a multi-generational audience with participants ranging from teenagers to grandparents. Past questions included:

Describe a significant experience that has happened in the past year. How did it affect you? Are you grateful? Relieved? Resentful? Inspired?


Is there something that you wish you had done differently this past year? Alternatively, is there something you're especially proud of from this past year?




Describe one thing you'd like to achieve by this time next year. Why is this important to you?  






National Day of Unplugging

The National Day of Unplugging is a 24 hour period – running from sunset to sunset – and starts on the first Friday in March. The project is an outgrowth of The Sabbath Manifesto, an adaption of our ancestors’ ritual of carving out one day per week to unwind, unplug, relax, reflect, get outdoors, and connect with loved ones.


Six-Word Memoirs on Jewish Life

Introducing, “Six-Word Memoirs on Jewish Life,” the newest project from SMITH Magazine, home of the Six-Word Memoir®, and Reboot. On the web and then in book form (Feb. 2012), “Six-Word Memoirs on the Jewish Life” offers thousands of ways of looking at Judaism, six words at a time.

“Chosen for something, not sure what.”
“Found Jewish princess. Good-bye succulent pork.”
“Everything a question with us. Why?”
“Moved to Israel. Rest is history.”
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