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As many of you know Google’s fiber-to-home initiative has sparked lots of buzz and many great events and campaigns. If you are interested in learning more about the initiative, there are 2 events happening today:
From Facebook Group Founder, Jason Hill: Francine Delany New School for Children is hosting a forum for educators and the general public tonight on making Asheville the pilot city for Google’s high-speed network.
The event will be held at 5 p.m. in the multipurpose room of the school, which is located at 119 Brevard Road. To learn more about the Facebook Asheville Google Fiber Network Initiative visit http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=302144763214
From googleavl.com Founders Jose Ibarra (@h0zae) and Troy Tolle (@ttolle): Today we will begin the first of many Google Fiber discussions on 880am the Revolution. Local Google Edge Radio Hosts have invited Jose Ibarra and Troy Tolle, of GoogleAVL to discuss how members of the community can contribute to Asheville’s multi-faceted GoogleAVL campaign. They will also be discussing real-world community projects that demonstrates our efforts to build a strong partnership with Google.
March 12: Is Google Weird Enough For Asheville?
Bobo Gallery, 22 N. Lexington Ave. 6:00 – Social Mix; 6:30 – Program
Google is pnlanning to install and test a gigabit high speed network for a community in the United States. Cities across the country are competing for this opportunity. If Asheville is chosen for this project, it will bring good jobs, provide a wave of investment capital, and give us a 5 – 10 year head-start on upcoming technology.
Find out what this project will mean for the green scene in Asheville and how you may profit from it. (Added reading www.googleavl.com )
Last, but not least we will be having a Town Hall meeting, Thursday, March 18th at the Civic Center, please come and show your support, ask questions, join the efforts.