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This is what TechiE/N will be... Tim 
Posted by: Tim at 5:59 PM EST on 1/12/2003
File Under: Site -> News

Recently, I asked for opinions from readers regarding whether or not there would be any actual interest in me expanding and further developing this site. I was considering actually trying to make something of it, and wanted to know if there was any real interest in a sort of laid-back, slightly off-center site like this. I didn't get much response, (since readership is still pretty low) but I decided "Screw it, I'm doing it anyway... Because I want to." Besides, I had what I think is a great idea for how the site should be run.

Basically, I'm trying to make TechiE/N a sort of small-community run site consisting of several people I already know, and both trust and enjoy the opinions of. Additionally, everyone is encouraged to write whatever they want without any real requirements, style guidelines, or deadlines. If someone wants to post tech news, they can, if they want to write a couple paragraphs about a game or DVD they just got, they can, if they want to rant about something, they can. It will all primarily be tech related, but there's a "Whatever" category for anything else.

I think this will be awesome, because we're all experts on something that's tech related - whether it be a specific game like PSO or Animal Crossing, a specific game system, DVDs, computers, or home theatre in general. (BTW, I'm also considering adding Anime and TV categories. (Edit: I've already gone ahead and added them.)

Letting people write about what they like will give us an incredibly broad spectrum of topics, all covered by people who really know what they're talking about. That, in turn, should provide an incredibly informative site for all you readers. Combine that with our lax structure, and you should find it fun to read, too!
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