Greetings from RDC Headquarters! It has been awhile since our last update – but that is because we have been busy wrapping up loose ends and officially winding down the 2009 Mentoring Season. It was a great year, and we are thrilled at what we accomplished as a team. In October, we had the great [...]
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The analog equivalent of a public domain book and a piece of moveable art – spotted in Cave Junction, OR. It was approximately 3 ft. tall. I wonder how big its DjVu file would be?
We had an incredibly productive week at RDC headquarters this week, working remotely and on-site. James Simmons, author of the View [...]
Scotty Auble, Development Mentor for the RDC.
This week, the RDC indulged a bit, and spent #rdc2009 Hacker Wednesday tinkering and upgrading our XOs to Sugar 8.2.0. We encountered a bit of difficulty upgrading directly to Sugar 8.2.1, but were successful with an earlier build (767). A couple of the laptops we delivered to the local [...]
The BookMobile visited the Port Orford Library in November 2007. We are swinging by next week to pick up their XO so we can share our work with kids in the area!
This week it was Scotty’s turn to be on the road, so in the absence of our DA (Designated Adult), the RDC crew [...]
I would like to take this opportunity to introduce you to the Rural Design Collective (RDC). The RDC is a remote mentoring program with a local focus designed to help motivated, creative people begin a career on the Internet. The program is in its second year, and currently sponsored by Point B Studio. Last year [...]
The 2009 Rural Design Collective Mentoring Program (RDC) is about to begin – and I am thrilled to announce that we will be part of the One Laptop Per Child Contributors Program (OLPC). Six laptops were sent to Point B Studio by the OLPC as a matching donation to the six that were donated to [...]