With changes in Google+, we have a new guide where Adafruit can assist getting folks on to Show and Tell every week.
What is Show and Tell?
Show and Tell is a long running 25 minute Internet broadcast where anyone in the world may join and show their project or what they are working on. Adafruit hosts the broadcast live from their New York factory from 7:30 to 7:55 pm Eastern time in the United States.
Slots on each show are limited to around ten,
The new guide provides the following information:
How to join
How you can set up beforehand for best results
What to do during the show
The show is broadcast live on YouTube (and is available on the Adafruit channel for streaming afterwards).
Anyone can join in on the chat on Discord at https://adafru.it/discord in the Adafruit #livebroadcastchat area. (This is preferred over YouTube chat)
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