Celebrate the launch of the Little Tokyo Wi-Fi Project!

By unwire, April 13, 2007

Little Tokyo Unplugged
Community Wi-Fi Wirecutting Ceremony
Special Guest Speaker Councilmember Jan Perry
10 AM Thursday, April 19th
Japanese American Community and Cultural Center
244 S. San Pedro Street
Los Angeles, CA 90013

Users with wireless computers and laptops in the Little Tokyo community will be able to use free wireless Internet services, and access a community website developed by ExperienceLA.com. Little Tokyo Wireless is a pilot and demonstration project of the Little Tokyo Service Center (www.ltsc.org) , in partnership with the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power and the Community Redevelopment Agency.

If you have a wireless laptop, bring it with you and surf the Internet for free! For more information, please email info at littletokyowireless.net or call 213.473.1684. The Little Tokyo Wireless Project is funded and supported by the Community Redevelopment Agency of Los Angeles, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, The California Community Technology Foundation, the California Consumer Protection Foundation, The Dale and Edna Walsh Foundation, Pro911 Systems, the AT&T Excelerator Foundation, and the Little Tokyo Wireless Community Advisory Committee.

Davis Park
Director of Community Technology Programs
Little Tokyo Service Center, a Community Development Corporation
231 E. 3rd Street, Suite G106
Los Angeles, CA 90013
213.473.1684
www.ltsc.org
www.diskovery.org
www.littletokyowireless.net

One Comment

  1. anthony mccray says:

    What role did Pro – 911 System’s play with regards to the Little Tokyo WiFi project?