[IAEP] Monday olpc/sugar *MapMaking JAM* LA/SoCal (7PM PST / 10PM EST)

Holt holt at laptop.org
Sun Feb 27 14:14:21 EST 2011

Emails I've received all wkd are evidence of the infectious spirit 
Caryl's brought to so, so many, Thanks for your absolutely non-stop work 
organizing Caryl! (as I hide in the true Northern CA here ;)

So many of us are looking forward to all your stories Monday night, as 
we help you map this year's contributions from 
http://socallinuxexpo.org/scale9x volunteers, _and award a Red XO to the 
community project you believe best showcases (on map) OLPC/Sugar 
progress & possibility:
    7pm PST (10pm EST)

     +1 866 213-2185    or    +1 609 454-9914
     Access Code: 1671650#


     (that's #olpc-help on irc.freenode.net)

Thanks for inviting your truest LA edutech gangs -- it's no coincidence 
Los Angeles and Latin America share initials ;)  Making sure everyone 
who wants to jump in to showcase+beautify their hard-fought education 
technology project -- now has that chance, after 3 years.  Or even just 
3 days for new folks!

Following Caryl's pioneering 2009 lead (http://j.mp/erEQQJ, 
http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Southern_California_OLPC_Projects), everyone 
now has this golden opportunity for Mapmaking Together: bringing 
independent edutech projects onto everybody's community map.  Even if 
only http://twitter.com/SweetXOGrannie herself (Teacher Caryl & secret 
support team AKA husband) could bring these Southern California 
after-school experiments & accomplishments full circle :) Please join us 
Monday evening -- exceptional and diverse efforts appearing here soon!


/PS If *you* want to co-lead one of our weekly mapmaking events or 
schedule your own, to activate STREETS-IS-TALKIN' participation around 
educational technology in any school/city/region -- even if it's not all 
OLPC/Sugar -- definitely please contact me, and we'll give you the tools 
:) holt at laptop.org <mailto:holt at laptop.org>

/*Weekly Spring Calendar evolving here, thanks to volunteers everywhere: 

Help kids everywhere map their world, at http://olpcMAP.net !

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