About Us

Days Long Remembered and My Coney Island (as well as this website) were produced by the students of the Digital Clubhouse Network's Digitally Abled Producers Program.

The mission of the Digital Clubhouse Network is to use technology to build a more inclusive, compassionate, and tolerant 21st century community.

We are a non-profit organization that trains local youth (ages 12-18) to work with people from the community, using computers to combine personal narratives with photos, music, and other elements to create Digital Stories about their life experiences. These 3-5 minute multimedia oral histories" are designed to capture the often-fleeting attention of audiences and teach them valuable lessons about life, community and service.

Our goals are to:

- Develop social entrepreneurs with advanced work skills

- Promote universal digital literacy and accessibility

- Raise awareness on issues arising from the Digital Revolution

With locations in New York City's Silicon Alley and California's Silicon Valley, the Digital Clubhouse Network is a bicoastal organization with national recognition. We have been nominated three times for the Computerworld Smithsonian Award, and its work has been selected by the Smithsonian to be a part of the Permanent Research Collection on Information Technology at the National Museum of History.

For more information, visit our website at:


We would like to thank our sponsors for making the DAPP Program possible by their generous in-kind and financial contributions:

Adobe Systems
Apple Computer
Mitsubishi Electric America Foundation
Rudin Management Company
Time Warner Cable

We extend our sincere appreciation to our instructors and mentors for their contribution of time and talent and their dedication to our community.




This website and the "DCN Clapper Logo" are properties of the Digital Clubhouse Network.
All rights reserved.

Website construction by David, with assistance from Laima.