The Shack Has a Blog

This is it. It’s really happening. The first post on The Shack blog.

 

Since the beginning RadioShack has been an essential source for DIY experts and amateurs. In keeping with that tradition, we’re creating and writing this blog ourselves. The posts you see here will come to you directly from RadioShack employees, bringing you not only skilled know-how and advice but also surprising insights from experts with years of experience.

 

You’ll get our take on breaking tech news, info on the latest gadgets and gear, and there will definitely be a few surprises along the way. As always, our goal is to help make your life easier through technology. Sometimes that might mean telling you about the best apps, or maybe laying out the details of the newest smartphones to help you decide which one might be right for you.

 

But most importantly, we want this blog to be what you want. So please leave us a comment below telling us what you’d like to see here and we’ll do our best to make it happen. We want to get to know you and we want you to get to know The Shack.

 

We hope you’ll join us, share your comments and let us know what you think. While you’re here, go ahead and click that subscribe link at the top so you won’t miss a thing.

 

We do have some ground rules, so you might want to check out our Community Guidelines.

                                           

Stay tuned. More posts coming soon.

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  • Patrick Patterson

    I am a DIY Person. I would like to see more forcefeed items in my local stores, Especially things like Copper Clad Boards, Traces for building the boards and the acid for the boards. Radio shack stores were really AWESOME back in the late 80’s and early90’s because RSHad just about everything in stock to build personnel electronic Equipment