The only space big enough to hold the crowd gathered at the e-Equality technology center on Biscayne Boulevard last week was the cavernous classroom in the back, where people sat amid rows of beige PCs glowing dully in the fluorescent light. And even though the topic was serious, grim even, many of the kids and adults gathered couldn't help but click a mouse and visit a Website or play a last hand of digital solitaire. Who could blame them? These were people who didn't own computers and this was likely the last time they would be able to log on here. After one and a half years at this site, e-Equality has run out of money and is closing. It was the only tech center in town with the resources to dramatically improve... More >>>