Last April and May, Nick and Lauren Goebel of Goebel Media Group taught an excellent class on Website Basics at the Knight Community Innovation Center. They volunteered their time to help Milledgeville businesses understand how their website (or lack of a website) could be impacting their bottom line!
Digital Bridge’s Knight Community Innovation Center opened its doors to the public on April 21st 2010. And almost everyone came. I put up this gallery to remember all the people that I met in Milledgeville, for better/worse.
Digital Bridges teamed up with Georgia College & State University Professor of Mass Communication, Dr. Ginger Carter Miller, to offer a three-part Advanced Twitter Workshop to get the Ville tweeting like a pro. While we didn’t get the attendance we were hoping for, it was a cozy class and tons of fun.
I was as frightened as I’ve ever been teaching this class on Facebook to the Milledgeville community. Not because Facebook is scary, but because teaching Facebook to people over 25 is scary. Do you remember trying to teach your mom what Facebook is for the first time? Well, try teaching 30 of your moms at …
Bridging Business & Technology: Impacts of Social Media by Lori Bochat was the second in a series of lectures to help Milledgeville businesses innovate. The lecture/lunch was held at the Milledgeville Chamber of Commerce, who co-sponsored the talk. Participants included many small businessmen, CPAs, bankers, local government officials, representatives from Georgia Military College and GCSU …
Digital Bridges held a lot of events in September and October of 2009. Since the Innovation Center was being renovated (I didn’t even have an office) – there wasn’t much left to do but go to community events. I gave away a LOT of candy in those two months!
Digital Bridges is a Community Initiative in Milledgeville Georgia to address the digital divide in rural communities. This was our first official “Digital Bridges” event. Little did I know I was looking down the rabbit hole.