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Davis Community Network is a nonprofit organization that provides internet-related services and support to local nonprofit organizations, public agencies, schools and individuals. We’re putting the power of the internet in the hands of people and organizations to connect, engage, and build a stronger community.

DCN is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit education and community service organization, founded in 1993. DCN is dedicated to helping local people take advantage of and benefit from the new information and communication technologies and services associated with the Internet and media convergence.



In time for November, a new Yolo Elections Office website

In time for November, a new Yolo Elections Office website

An updated Yolo County Elections Office website was unveiled at the beginning of September. The site is hosted by DCN, and is the latest development in a long history of joint projects by DCN and the Yolo County Elections Office.

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"DCN News" (September 17, 2014, Issue No. 3/2014) is available

"DCN News" (September 17, 2014, Issue No. 3/2014) is available

In this issue - 1) New elections website; 2) New board members are likely soon; 3) The continuing value of ad-free email; 4) Classes start Sept. 22! 5) 'Just unsubscribe' is working; 6) A good example.

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Ad-free email? You can still find it at Davis Community Network

Ad-free email? You can still find it at Davis Community Network

Looking for friendly, low-cost, ad-free email service? DCN teams with Omsoft to offer secure, private “you”@dcn.org email accounts for $2 per month or $20 per year. No one at DCN or Omsoft is scanning your messages so that we can show you ads (we don’t show ads). Technical advice and services are available here in Davis. Moreover, the $20 you pay helps support the free services DCN offers local nonprofits — the websites, web tools and classes

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Take the time to unsubscribe rather than label legitimate email as spam

Take the time to unsubscribe rather than label legitimate email as spam

When you report a mailing as spam, that means that not only do you not want this, but nobody else should either. This could negatively impact many others who want and need the mail.

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Dodging schedule smashups

Dodging schedule smashups

A shared community calendar, maintained by the crowd, can help keep Davis groups from competing for the same audiences on the same nights. Here’s how. By Bill Buchanan.

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