OK, tell me you did not see this one coming. The digital Talmud? Why not? In fact, I am amazed that there isn't an entire seminary curriculum loaded onto iPods somewhere. What happens to doctrine when you hit shuffle? Here is a taste of reporter Alex Mindlin's report in (naturally) The New York Times: "At the door, handing out leaflets beside the Jews for Jesus and the teenage collectors for Jewish charities, was a 23-year-old entrepreneur named Yehuda Shmidman, who was passing out glossy brochures showing a bearded, black-hatted Orthodox Jew, in silhouette, wearing a pair of white ear buds. Shmidman's product, the ShasPod, is a solution to a vexing question: How does a commuter study a 2,711-page book?"