Tuesday, September 8, 2009

The Digital Bridges wants you!

The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation-funded program to help Milledgeville facilitate the highest and best use of it's Municipal Wireless Broadband Network, Milledgeville Community Connections: Digital Bridges...Bringing People Together, wants your input into how it can help the community.
In addition to the three town hall meetings they've scheduled for this Thursday, they also are hoping Milledgeville-Baldwin County community members will take the time to answer an online survey.
Here's their spiel:

Your feedback is vital to guiding the efforts of Digital Bridges, a new project supported by Georgia College and State University and the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. Digital Bridges is challenged to create a sustained community-led model for creative applications of technology as a means to improve Milledgeville-Baldwin County.

When you take 5 minutes to fill out this survey, you're not only helping your community, you could also win a free iPod Touch! Follow the link below to complete a survey about the issues facing you and your community.


This data, along with information gathered at two open forums held on September 10th, will shape the future of the Digital Bridges project. Come talk to us about making Milledgeville a better community:

Sept 10th

Creekside Elementary- 5:30 pm

City Hall- 7:30 pm

Thank you for your help and support!

Update: I just took the survey and it took under five minutes and there was only one question that actually involved silent contemplation.

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