Passover story goes digital

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In the long-standing practice of adding to the Exodus tale, the Internet is changing the way some families will be relating the story of Jews’ escape from slavery at Seder celebrations Monday.

Thousands of years after Moses led his people out of Egypt, the Passover story is going digital.

At Monday’s Seder meal, dozens of families will be reading the traditional tableside ceremony from a Haggadah, a text guiding the Seder, that they have personalized by uploading family photos to replace stock illustrations of Pharaoh and the slaves.


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