[sf-lug] Please create sign up list for this huge tech event in the SF Mission District

Christian Einfeldt einfeldt at gmail.com
Wed Apr 16 16:48:22 PDT 2008


Would anyone be willing to create a sign-up list on the SF-LUG site for this
event?  It will be an opportunity to bring Linux before hundreds of people.
Thanks for considering my request.

The 2007 City Survey shows that home Internet use amongst Mission
District residents is below other San Francisco neighborhoods and that
Latino residents are the least likely to use home Internet access of
all the City's major racial/ethnic groups.

Get your old computer up and running!
Get free software
Computer and Internet training information
Free community resources

Free Mission District Tech Connect Computer Help Day
Saturday, April 26, 2008
Noon – 4pm
Mission Recreation Center
2450 Harrison Street

FREE Computer problem diagnosis and repair of simple problems

Bring your computer or CPU and certified Caminos technicians and SF
Connect volunteers will:
- Diagnose and fix common hardware and software problems
- Install and demonstrate software updates
- Install and demonstrate anti-virus and privacy protection

Call 824.0682 to reserve a repair spot
Walk-ins will be seen on a first-come, first-serve basis.

FREE workshops and help

Internet Safety and security
Applying for jobs online
Registering for San Francisco Family Accounts
Purchasing low cost new and refurbished computers
Local computer training opportunities
Financial Literacy and online banking
Online help with schoolwork
Online legal advice
Online health resources
Streetside Stories

Presented by SF Connect, Mayor's Office of Neighborhood Services, SF
Department of Telecommunications and Information Services, SF
Recreation and Parks Department and the Mission District Community.

Partners include: Arriba Juntos; Caminos Pathways; Good Samaritan;
Hamilton Family Center; Mission Language and Vocational Services
(MLVS); Mission Housing Development Corporation; One Economy
Corporation (Digital Connectors Program); SF Linux Users Group; and
Walden House, Inc.

Project Tech Connect is a program of SF Connect. Project Tech Connect
engages individual volunteers along with the public, private and
non-profit sectors to bridge San Francisco's digital divide and
increase technology access for all City residents.

For more information, to volunteer or to participate in the resource
fair and workshops, contact tech at sfconnect.org or call 311.
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