Revamped website will offer new formats, voices, opportunities
The computing environment has changed dramatically since PECHANGA.net went online in 1998. People are using new hardware—smartphones and iPad-style devices—and software—blogs and social media. With version 3.0, gaming professionals will benefit from these tools.
“I rely on the latest tools and so do my readers,” said owner Victor Rocha, an enrolled Pechanga Indian. “I want PECHANGA.net to be at everyone’s fingertips…literally.”
1) The revamped website should provide more and better information about Natives.
2) Since I work there, it should help secure my financial situation.
3) I wrote it, so it's a good example of what I can do.
For more on the subject, see Why Keith Olbermann Matters and Native Journalism: To Tell the Truth.