The concept was to create an electronic space where people could come and learn more about the holiday of Passover. They could add their stories, songs, poems, recipes and ideas, and find out about other people’s traditions and rituals. Then they could print out their “best of” selections, make their own haggadah or book, and bring it to Seder with them. Jennifer ended up creating a 100-page Web site (which now looks quite low-tech) about Passover symbols, historic Seders, and freedom itself. You can see her old site here. You start out by clicking on the question. Judaism believes in questions. (For example, "manna" means "what is it?" and is based on the question itself. And this pre-dated Bill Clinton!)
Now that the technology has caught up with our original idea, Jennifer is reviving it. Please contribute to the Interactive Haggadah and make it your own.
Our hope is that you will keep adding to the body of material until it becomes rich and diverse enough to represent the many ways you can make this holiday meaningful and relevant to your life.
And perhaps you will look at freedom in a new light as well.