Computers for the world coming from Seattle: Interconnection, the Seattle computer refurbisher, is partnering with Telecentre.org to provide computers to community tech centers across the world.
Six step approach to digital inclusion: Digital Inclusion in Europe: Evaluating Policy and Practice blog post by Ellen Helsper
Learn from the folks in Wales See videos they’ve produced about why use the Internet, learning materials and what they’re doing to help with digital inclusion.
The Michigan TLN Computer Basics Tutorial is not new, but is a well loved tutorial designed to help people who have never used a computer before. It also borrows or builds on three other library computing tutorials.
Start-up Seattle is a web site run by Seattle’s Office of Economic Development with a variety of resources, list of co-working spaces, tips for start-up, education links and news of the start-up community. Sign up for their new newsletter also!
Digital inclusion world record set in Mexico at Telcel Aldea Digital Infinitum. Over a quarter million visitors and 35,000 used a computer and email for the first time. Wow!
Time magazine article about the 50th birthday of BASIC, the language that set the stage for personal computers. Celebrate being able to talk with our computers, setting the stage for developing apps.
This is an editorial by Mayor Murray and State Senator Eric Pettigrew in the Seattle Times.
David Keyes was a panelist via Google Hangout. They’ve posted some useful resources from the conference here, which includes a list of Microsoft opportunities, NPO and tech resources, and the keynote by Gustavo Velasquez from the Latino Economic Development Center (LEDC).