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Friday, October 9, 2009

What's Happening! @ i3 Detroit

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October 9, 2009

Now that our space is open we have been working hard to bring new classes and ideas to i3 Detroit. We are always looking for ways to get others involved and to provide an amazing community to everyone with in our communities. Here is a list of what's Happening at i3 Detroit.

Open Build Night
Tonight – Friday October 9th 2009 @ 6pm to ?

If you have a project you are working on or one that you would like to start bring it to i3 Detroit and work around other creative individuals. If you are just looking to get out and hang out in a new enviroment and would like to meet new people then tonight is for you. Maybe you need access to an osiliscope or a drill press if so then i3 Detroit is the right place for you. Come Join us and bring your friends!

Introduction to Web Advertising (Part2)

Monday October 12th 7:00pm – 9:00 pm

Part 2:  Will continue with explaining the free options then focus on the low cost of entry paid options.  The course will focus on standard website advertising and will not focus on mobile or out-of-home experiences.  There are no required materials.
- Adwords & Adsense
- Facebook
- Social Media
- Tracking Methods
- Email Marketing

Part 15, CB, ham, broadcasting &You can pass the ham exam! (Part 2 of Radio Basics)

Wednesday October 14th 7:00PM – 10:00pm

The FCC rules and licensing.

There's more to radio than just the technology, of course, and before you get on the air
(even with a wifi AP) you should understand the rules about who can transmit where, why, and what.
This class will talk about the "license-free" myth, commercial and amateur services, licensing and
testing for individuals and for equipment. Most importantly, we will discuss why this all matters to you,
the experimenter.

You can pass the ham exam! Practice test and Q&A afterward.

Please Bring your laptops for this section of the course.

The amateur radio service has three grades of license: Technician, General, and Extra.
The first is a common-sense exam that anyone with a basic understanding of radio and
courtesy can pass, and this practice session will give students the background and the confidence
to do just that. Of course, the ambitious (or overly competitive) can take multiple exams at once
and go straight to General or Extra, and doing so saves money, so we'll talk about that option too.

All Classes still have open seats and if you are interested go to www.i3detroit.com and go to the classes section.

Hope to see you all soon!
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