Savion Steinmetz, 11, of Aventura, grins as he is the first to successfully launch a code during a hands-on computer workshop led by Ajit Jaokat at The LAB Miami. A U.S. Census report released Thursday shows about 78.3 percent of people in Florida reported using high-speed Internet.
Savion Steinmetz, 11, of Aventura, grins as he is the first to successfully launch a code during a hands-on computer workshop led by Ajit Jaokat at The LAB Miami. A U.S. Census report released Thursday shows about 78.3 percent of people in Florida reported using high-speed Internet. MARSHA HALPER MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Savion Steinmetz, 11, of Aventura, grins as he is the first to successfully launch a code during a hands-on computer workshop led by Ajit Jaokat at The LAB Miami. A U.S. Census report released Thursday shows about 78.3 percent of people in Florida reported using high-speed Internet. MARSHA HALPER MIAMI HERALD STAFF

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November 13, 2014 07:23 PM

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