Monday, June 13, 2016

Interns Confront 'Digital Divide' In Kansas City



Just another bit of good news from one of the best tech efforts in the metro that's working diligently to provide online access for and computer knowledge throughout the community.

A bit of testimony from Summer Interns that describes the spirit of the project perfectly . . .

Michigan U. Tech Blog: In Kansas City, We Witnessed How Human Connections Are Closing the Digital Divide

Meanwhile . . .

Connecting for Good is on a mission this summer to train another 1,000 community members through our digital training programs offered at either our KS or MO locations.

Check out their fundraising page for a project that would reinvest in the community . . .

Developing . . .

7 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Humanities biggest need is not another generation of stupid brainwashed internet addicts.

Anonymous said...

^^^ Agree.

Anonymous said...

If you want a human connection that spans the digital divide, try backpage, tinder or craigslist.

Anonymous said...

When the computers we get from them break down after the one year warranty, do we buy another $75 computer and fill up our homes with used computers? Grateful, but just asking?

Anonymous said...

Anon 7:35

Excuse me? You are not really here? Its your evil stupid brainwashed internet addict twin?

Anonymous said...

We can't give poor people computers. We have to keep them in their place & not allow them to be upwardly mobile, because we need poor people to mow our lawns & serve us coffee.

Anonymous said...

Just another program to provide free shit to hood rats.