Monday, April 14, 2014

Rainbow Bunny Google Fiber Blog Features Kansas City Old And Busted Locals Getting Non-Profit Help From Tech Savvy Teens

Nice story today from about computer assistance that doesn't come by way of some po'folk Indian techie making 95 cents a day . . . Today the Google Fiber Blog Features "Dave Sullivan, the Executive Director of a nonprofit called Arts Tech, in Kansas City. Arts Tech has built a new program to bring together tech-savvy teens and seniors who want to learn about the web."

9 Comments:

Anonymous said...

My heart bleeds for them.

Anonymous said...

Who, the teens? I feel bad for them too. Sucks to show Grandpa how to find the search function.

Anonymous said...

Hello, I'm Google. I know what you eat, sleep, drink, where you go, what you say, what you do, when your going to do it, why your going to do it. In fact, we know more about you than you know about yourself!

Cheers!

Anonymous said...

They need more people using Google search so they can make money faster. The rest of Google products pretty much suck.

Chadd Poonsworth said...

And to think folks claim that the Millennials are a worthless generation.

Anonymous said...

Oh and thanks for subsidizing us by the way CK!

Google

Anonymous said...

Si translated this means Google came up with a schmeckle to get kids to do their work and makes them money for darn near free, but if anyone else does it they are violating the law?

Byron Funkhouser said...

Why do they assume seniors don't know how to use computers. I was operating a DEC PDP 11/40A in 1979. There was only one monitor on the whole campus, & that was the console I used to boot up the main frame. Do you want me to show you how to use a key punch machine, or a tape drive, or a card reader, or a slide rule?

Anonymous said...

Byron, just get a job and stop stealing Disablity!