Monday, November 8, 2010
Wednesday, October 13, 2010
Monday, August 2, 2010
HICAP will resume its scheduled classes every TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
(unless otherwise specified)
- Tuesday, September 14-Registration & Opening Day
- Tuesday, September 21-First Day of Class
- Wednesday, September 22-OneWebDay founded on September 22, 2006 by Susan Crawford, who currently works with the Obama administration celebrates the Internet's affect internationally with over 30 countries. Come, celebrate the Internet's OneWebDay with HICAP!
Friday, June 25, 2010
Wednesday, June 23, 2010
Thursday, June 10, 2010
Tuesday, June 1, 2010
Questions will be answered about:
- Power of Attorney
- Living Will
- Health Care Proxy
- Final Directive
This Life Preparation is sponsored by
St. Mark the Evangelist Church
65 West 138 Street * Harlem, USA
212 690 1821
Monday, May 24, 2010
I want to tell you of an FCC ban
After June 12th, 2010
Microphone use will begin to end
Not all mics, now here's the dirt
Only those within 700 MHz
This rule occurs in urgency
Affecting bandwidth used for emergency
To see if the law affects your mic, go to: www.fcc.gov/cgb/wirelessmicrophones/manufacturers.html
Tuesday, May 18, 2010
What are your thoughts on Privacy and The Internet?
Wednesday, May 12, 2010
Monday, May 3, 2010
- This month we will review what we've learned
- Prepare a PowerPoint Presentaion of class pictures
- We will record the voices of students for 'In Our Own Words' series
- Invite Social Security Administration and a local business to demonstrate ease of accessing their site via the Internet
- Prepare for June 24, 2010 Graduation
Wednesday, April 28, 2010
"It is like comparing apples to oranges. I am a supercomputer scientist while Bill Gates is a software entrepreneur. The scientist creates the knowledge while the entruepreneur takes it, monetizes it, and runs with it."
In 1989, Emeagwali created the knowledge that thousands of electronic brains, called processors could outperform a supercomputer. His discovery was against the prevailing dogma: The president of the leading supercomputer company told The New York Times [11/29/89]:
"A major scientific discovery by a team of 24 co-discoverers supported by a 400 person laboratory or $400 million grants. How then did an African immigrant who worked alone...indifferent to other's skepticism of wild theories achieve a break-through in supercomputing?
"New knowledge builds upon old knowledge and the names of most contributors were lost in antiquity. For instance, I developed nine algorithms which I implemented as 24 million algebraic equations. My work therefore builds upon the knowledge of the ninth century Persian mathematician, Muhammed idn Musa Al-Khwarizmi, who published an influential book Al-Jabr wa'l maqabalah. The words "Al-Khwarizmi" and "Al-Jabr wa'l" were corrupted to algorithm and algebra, respectively. I could not have solved 24 million algebraic equations without building upon the knowledge developed 1680 years before Christ was born by an African mathematician named Ahmes who wrote the oldest mathematic text book with solutions of equation. There were many discoveries and inventions that I built upon to make mine."
(c)1972-2005 emeagwali.com email@example.com Page 51 of 517
EMEAGWALI is responsible for:
* 65,000 computers in 1970 connected around the world is what we now know as the Internet
* 65,536 processors in 1988 configured in parallel to yield 3.1 billion calculations per second
* Hyperball model represents the earth is what meteorologist use today to predict weather
* Real time video Internet conversation exists because of enumerated processor speeds
 http://www.emeagwali.com/ to learn more about our cyberspace pioneer!
Monday, April 26, 2010
Fan for cooling the system
Power Supply stimulates electrical activity through system circuits
Motherboard allows system's components and periphery to communicate
System Crystal pulsates at specific frequency, keeping system's time
Ports USB, RJ11, cable, media
How does a series or parallel configuration work?
What is an extension? List country extensions
Saturday, April 24, 2010
Tuesday, April 20, 2010
Last week we discussed the difference between Hertz and bytes:
- kilo = 1,000
- mega = 1,000,000
- giga = 1,000,000,000
- tera = 1,000,000,000,000
Utilizing the above prefixes combined with Hertz or bytes produces either the speed or storage capacity of a computer.
Standard and assigned disk drives
Recognition of symbols for media
Saturday, April 10, 2010
Seniors hard at work, surfing the Internet. Two students are searching in their native Chinese dialect. Our legally blind student searches in large print. A representative from the Social Security Administration is coming to HICAP to demonstrate to students how they can access the SSA website from our lab.
This week we discussed:
Internet Law, keyboard commands, trouble-shooting tips, DOS, amplitude/frequency modulation, USB ports and hubs.
Also, we contacted the NYC Parks Dept. for list of parks offering wireless fidelity.
Tuesday, March 30, 2010
- Difference between Computer and the Internet
- Difference between Desktop and Laptop Computers
- Parts of the Desktop Computer
- Bits, Bytes, Hertz--Kilo-, Mega-, Giga-
- Search Engines
Friday, March 19, 2010
Monday, March 15, 2010
All are welcome!
Harlem Internet Computer Access Program
Access the Internet
Establish an e-mail address
Source resources via the Internet
View current health and longevity data
Correspond with loved ones and much more!
Thursday, March 18th, 2010
The Gen. Chauncey Hooper Towers
10 West 138th Street
Harlem, USA 10037
FREE OF CHARGE
Classes resume September 14, 2010
and Council Inez Dickens through Department of the Aging
Tuesday, February 23, 2010
Monday, February 22, 2010
Would like to include in our March Report that we have lab up and running, preparing for the HICAP Open House and Registration on March 5th at the latest.
Currently compiling list of interested senior citizen from the Harlem community to participate.
Preparing invitation and flyer with date T/B/A.
Met with Richard Lobosky about Muratek prices and specs.