[IAEP] InfoTech Report and link to Photos

Gerald Ardito gerald.ardito at gmail.com
Sun Apr 25 09:46:31 EDT 2010


Thanks for all of your work to make this happen.
Please keep us posted.


On Sun, Apr 25, 2010 at 12:24 AM, Caryl Bigenho <cbigenho at hotmail.com>wrote:

> Hi All,
> Today was "showtime" for SoaS at the LAUSD InfoTech and Parent Summit at
> the Los Angeles Convention center. This year's event was sponsored by Target
> as one of their community involvement projects. Everything was free... even
> parking and a great lunch!  They said there were about 4000 people there
> including kids.
> We had a lot of parents and teachers stop by and ask about getting XOs for
> their schools and about SoaS.  I gave them a special handout with links to
> lots of info. Some also signed up for the olpc-SoCal mailing list. Their
> names will be added sometime next week.
> You can see some photos of the event here. I wish I had had time to take
> more (and to see the other booths).
> http://bit.ly/9xfTAz
> We showed SoaS Blueberry running on the eeePC and MacBook (with a boot
> helper cd) and it worked fine.  This was a non-persistant version.  A couple
> of teachers who stopped by were very interested in trying it and may help us
> work on the Grannies Guide. I will keep working on it myself in the next
> couple of weeks.
> Thanks again to all of you who helped me get the project this far!
> Hopefully by CUELA's Tech Fair in November we will be ready for a hands-on
> make and take workshop... BYOLT and usb, take home SoaS ready to go!
> Caryl
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