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January 23rd, 2011 by Admin

Hello, and welcome to the partial list of project pages for the UIUC engagement with the Miracle Deliverance Temple  in Cahokia, IL.  For their official website, please visit

Printer, part 2

April 23rd, 2007 by Admin


Thanks for having the printer sent. Unfortunately, we are currently having some technical difficulties in setting it up, and it may be not be possible to use with the current lab configuration (meaning, it would be possible to use it eventually with the lab if you upgrade it when it’s in the new space). If you have another printer in one your offices, it may be possible to switch printers and put this new one in the office (where we are pretty sure it will work without a problem) and put the other printer in the lab. If you could send us back the kind of printer that you have right now, and if you would be interested in trying to switch.

Also, just to let you know, we will be arriving at the church sometime between 12:30 and 1 on this coming Friday. We’ll call if it will be much later than that. We plan to be there for 4 or 5 hours on Friday, and then return Saturday morning for the whole day. If you have anyone interested in helping unload computers on Friday, that would be great. If not, we can manage without too much difficulty.


Printer, part 1

April 2nd, 2007 by Admin


How are things going with the electrical set up and getting the room ready? Hope it’s going well. We have figured out what printer makes the most sense for your lab that we’ll be setting up. If you could go ahead and order it online from Staples and have it shipped to us then we can get it set up before our next trip down there (on April 27-28). Please email back when you have placed the order so we know when to expect it to arrive.

Here’s the order page: HP Officejet Pro K5400dn
The address it should be shipped to is: PrairieNet, Attn: Martin Wolske, 501 E. Daniel, Champaign, IL 61820



March 10th, 2007 by Admin

A week after our first visit, we mailed a letter to them describing our plans for the site, what they needed to do, and asked them to contact us with any questions.

Unsuccessfully tried calling them several times to see how things were going and to see if they had gotten our emails.