The Danbury Area Computer Society provides these links as a courtesy. While we try to review the content of the linked pages, we do not have any direct responsibility for their content nor to the subsequent links that they may contain. The Danbury Area Computer Society can in no way be held responsible for their actions.
Association of PC User Groups
Danbury Community Network
The Brookfield Library
New Milford Public Library
Robotics and Beyond
Voice for Joanie
cafepress.com – for DACS stickers, mugs and more!
Free and Low Cost Resources
Free/Low Cost Internet
- Dial-up* – http://store.netzero.net/account/showService.do?serviceId=nz-dialup
- Wi-Fi* – http://www.freedompop.com/#onTheGo
- * Device purchase may be required or usage may be limited
Free Office Software
- Microsoft Office Online (Free) – http://products.office.com/en-us/office-online/documents-spreadsheets-presentations-office-online
- Google Docs (Online, Free) – http://www.google.com/docs/about/
- LibreOffice (Install, Free) – http://www.libreoffice.org/
Free Office Software Training
Low Cost Desktop/Laptops
Generally these items are not free, but they do show up from time to time on Freecycle and Craigslist
Low-cost laptops can also be found here, sometimes specifically for low-income individuals
- Independent local computer stores
Commercial Free Internet (Free as in speech, not necessarily as in beer)
- http://www.sdf.org (free UNIX shell account, includes email, website, and other features/software)
Many of these will point to local drop-off facilities, but a few require you to ship your items.
Earth 911 – This site allows you to search for local electronic waste recyclers by entering your zip code and type of waste.
HRRA – Housatonic Resources Recovery Authority – Serves Danbury and some nearby towns.
CRRA – Connecticut Resources Recovery Authority – Serves many other Connecticut towns further from Danbury.
Electronics and Appliances Recycling at Best Buy
If you know of other useful recycling links, let us know.