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The Big Jewcy: Nate Westheimer, Entrepreneur

Sometimes I am in awe of someone with a job so brilliant and bizarre that I find myself unable to effectively articulate what it is exactly that they do.  Tech entrepreneur Nate Westheimer is one of these people: "Nate Westheimer … Read More

By / June 10, 2010

Sometimes I am in awe of someone with a job so brilliant and bizarre that I find myself unable to effectively articulate what it is exactly that they do.  Tech entrepreneur Nate Westheimer is one of these people: "Nate Westheimer is the Co-Founder and EVP of Product & Technology at AnyClip.com, a company indexing the world’s films and making them searchable. He is also the Executive Director of the 14,000 member NY Tech Meetup, the world’s largest monthly gathering of technologists and entrepreneurs. Formerly, Nate was the Entrepreneur at Rose Tech Ventures, Founder of BricaBox.com, and the Technology Strategist for National Public Media. Nate blogs at innonate.com and guest writes for Silicon Alley Insider, among other outlets."

Still, I tried (in vain) to get a better grasp of Nate’s work by looking AnyClip, his current project.  It’s an Israel-based company, so I did what any good Hebrew would do and entered "Jew" in the search box.  Here’s the best of what I got: The Jew scene in Annie Hall, where Woody Allen says ""I distinctly heard it. He muttered under his breath, "Jew. ""

The Bear Jew scene in Inglorious Basterds, where Eli Roth does some serious skull bashing.  This one has video!

And, from gross out classic Porky’s, the "Why do we gotta invite a Jew?" bit.