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Free Geek Columbus Provides Technology Education

Tom Over Tom Over

You might not know it by looking at the Summit United Methodist Church on East 16th near OSU, but in its basement radicals conspire to learn open-source software, as they help bridge the digital divide and reduce the stream of toxic e-waste. Not far from the frat houses and student pads is Weinland Park to […]


Could Columbus be getting a Microsoft Store?

Walker Evans Walker Evans

Microsoft announced plans last week for launching their own branded retail stores, similar to Apple’s stores. Some retail experts are labeling this as a fairly risky move for Microsoft due to how much of an impact the recession has had on the electronics retail sector. Does anyone think Columbus could be one of the first […]


Governor pushes for high-speed Internet in Ohio

Walker Evans Walker Evans

The Dispatch wrote Governor pushes for high-speed Internet Friday, April 25, 2008 BY MARK NIQUETTE Strickland spoke yesterday in Columbus at the first of six events planned nationwide by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the nonprofit Connected Nation to promote the importance of broadband access. The first step in Ohio has been to map […]


Wexner Center to Start Selling Apple Products

Walker Evans Walker Evans

Press Release wrote Wexner Center Store to Carry Wide Variety of Apple Products Starting in Late September The elegant designs and forward-thinking technology of Apple will be available in the Wexner Center Store starting Monday, September 24 (with demo products on hand September 19). The Store, located in the lower lobby of the Wexner Center […]


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