In the spirit of the great social melting pot that was public-access television, Engadget is embarking on its own journey into community storytelling.
Most of you know that in the decade of the 90s, I worked at Denver Community Television, public access television in Denver, Colorado. What an interesting time to meet and support the diverse people who produced the television programs for our three channels on cable. Now this same idea is being offered by Engadget for you to write about the experience of living in the 21st century.
Engadget wrote: Public Access gives you the tools and the platform to publish your opinions, thoughts and experiences alongside those of Engadget’s editors and tech’s brightest minds.
Over the coming months, we’ll be prompting you, our readers, and a series of high-profile humans to write about the experience of living in the 21st century. We’ll give you access to the same tools we use to publish on Engadget and send you a weekly email to give you inspiration (e.g., an ode to your first PC or an essay on the time technology failed you most). All you have to do to read more
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