Nathaniel Segal is Jewish and was born in Chicago, Illinois, on the 13th of MarCheshvan * 5712 (1951). He is called up to the Torah by the name Nesanel ben Yitzchak HaLevi.
Having grown up in Northfield Township, a suburb of Chicago in
Cook County, he graduated from the Township High School (1969)
near the top of his class. After studying Urban Planning for
two years at the University of Illinois in
Nathaniel Segal is now enrolled
Mr. Segal has worked for a number of businesses as a computer programmer/analyst
in business applications on IBM AS/400 machines. Working with HTML has
Nathaniel lived in the West Rogers Park neighborhood of
Chicago. His son graduated from the
Mr. Segal's son is married and is himself the father of three sons and a
daughter. The first
Shimon Dovber Hirsch was born on Lag BaOmer 2016.
Nathaniel's son has worked in several fields and has settled into
supporting his young family while his wife works
After Nathaniel's mother passed away in April 1999, he moved into his family's original home in Northfield Township, Illinois, which his parents had bought directly from the developer of the subdivision in late 1954. Nathaniel's father and sisters agreed to sell the house in August 2004. After moving nearby, but actually in neighboring Lake County, Illinois, Nathaniel has now lived in Shawnee Mission, Kansas, near his son's family, since August 2008.
Mr. Segal's mother had been a Registered Dietician. His father was a
CPA, a partner in his own firm in Chicago. He
passed away in March 2006 in an assisted living facility in
Scottsdale, Arizona, where he had retired after losing his
wife in 1999. Having been a veteran of World War II, he
passed away at the age of
Nathaniel Segal is completing a monograph on Jewish chronology from the
end of the Jewish exile in Babylonia through Alexander's military
descent into and conquest of the Biblical Persian (Achaemenid *)
Empire. Persian ascendancy was roughly fifty
See the link for Ancient Persian
(Achaemenid) History on Nathaniel's Web Site. You
will find his thesis that the Greek chronicler Thucydides lived
before Herodotus the historian. Accordingly, the
We could still call Herodotus the "father of history." Thucydides, who lived before him rather than after him (according to Nathaniel's thesis), was the "father of journaling and journalism" according to this thesis.
Nathaniel is also interested in horticulture and ecology.
He had pursued continuing education in the Naturalist Certificate
program of the Morton Arboretum in association with the Chicago
Botanic Garden and the Field Museum of Natural
While living in northeastern Illinois, Nathaniel was helping
beautify the landscaping of an edge of a small park that belongs
to a local Park District. He was also helping to restore
this park's woodland into a diversified,
MarCheshvan - mahr KHESH vahn; the eighth month of the Jewish calendar; begins in late September or early October; usually begins on the first new moon after the autumnal equinox; also called Cheshvan.
Lubavitch - loo BAH vitch
Yeshivah - yeh SHIV uh
Tmimim - tih MEE meem
Kfar Chabad - ka FAHR khah BAHD
Mashpiya - mahsh PEE uh
Hadar Hatorah - hah DAHR hah TOH ruh
Agudas Chassidei - ah GOO dahs khah SEE day [Union of Hassidim]
SeaMonkey - SeaMonkey is a freeware Internet browser and a WYSIWYG composer of HTML that the Mozilla
Foundation –www.mozilla.org – has developed. Firefox is Mozilla's stand-alonebrowser and is related to SeaMonkey.
I do not recommend using SeaMonkey to compose web pages unless the user is proficient in HTML. After I have roughed in the text and structure of a web page and its text using SeaMonkey, I "clean up" and tweak the HTML code directly by using an ordinary text editor such as
(I am not happy that that HTML tags are being deprecated. Some tags keep HTML simple. What's wrong with simple? "If it isn't broke, don't fix it." KISS — "Keep it simple, stupid." The designers of HTML 5 seem to believe dogmatically that syntax [text] and presentational style are separate with no middle ground. For example, they ignore the
long-establishedconventions that the names of books and ships are italicized in standard written English. I call this a "syntactical style," a middle ground.
(HTML 5 seems to be moving away from being a
hyper-textmarkup language to becoming a hyper-presentationalmarkup language. What do businesses seem to want? To present non-verbalexperiences. What do academics, for example, want? To display and easily disseminate text [also with a full panoply of multimedia], which has been the mainstay of conveying information. Let us users choose whether and when we want to use web pages to convey information and whether and when we want web pages to be non-verbalexperiences.)
Mesivta - mih SIV tuh
Yeshivah Gedolah - yeh SHIV uh guh DOHL luh
S'micha - sih MEE khuh
Achaemenid - uh KEEM uh nid / uh KEM uh nid / uh ky MEN id