About JewcyCraig

Craig Leinoff is Jewcy's Director of Technology. He's currently working on his second million, but only because his first million didn't work out so well. He is a recent graduate of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute where he was a humor columnist and Editor-in-Chief of Statler & Waldorf Magazine.

He used to live with a Chinese family who let him stay there for free, but later moved to Spanish Harlem. Now he lives in Park Slope, in a man's home, which is his castle.

Jews Steal Leaves

By October 25, 2006

This video is a fairly accurate representation of Jews in the mid-to-late 1930's. Fortunately, since then, we've found bigger fish to fry and have graduated to harvesting flower petals and other, prettier flora.

When Albums Collide

By October 9, 2006

This video kicks ass. You should head over to the Jews Who Rock Wiki and count how many of these artists will someday be rolling Israel-ho.

The Superficial Friends

By September 20, 2006

Well, Campchaos has done it again. The geniuses behind the "Napster Bad" series of animation lambasting Metallica's Lars Ulrich and James Hetfield a few years ago released a hilarious take on Hollywood's a-list late this past July. I don't know … Read More

Craig Undergoes Gentrification

By September 18, 2006

Far from a hipster, I started working at Jewcy a month or so ago when I answered an ad in the New York area of Craigslist (or, my list, as I say when I am feeling particularly saucy). Tahl invited … Read More

Dave Choe proves unworthy of Internet Privileges

By September 5, 2006

Dave Choe, Jewcy's resident guerilla art director, left the New York offices about two weeks ago for California. Since then, I've had to hop onto his computer on a semi-regular basis in order to seek out art source files, mockup … Read More

Internet Communities full of Nazis; Craig terrified

By September 1, 2006

In a stunning deviation from rational thought, I've been forced to come to terms with the fact that the internet is wholly and irrevocably saturated with racist idiots. While working to increase the size of Jewcy's userbase through popular community … Read More