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Survey Halfway

Okay, so yes, I posted about this two weeks ago and haven’t said anything since, but still: we’re halfway to the close of this year’s survey, so if you haven’t already done so, please devote ten minutes to taking it now!  You’ll make your voice heard along with literally thousands of fellow web professionals, hobbyists, and other people who make websites.  My copy of Excel is already weeping at the thought of having to crunch all that data, and I think that if there’s one thing on which we can all agree, it’s that anything which makes Excel cry is a good thing.

I TOOK IT! and so should you: The Survey for People Who Make Websites

Thank you.

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    • Fri 15 Aug 2008
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    Andy Ford wrote in to say...

    Hopefully this gentle reminder will spur some more people on to take the survey. I look forward to this year’s results.
    Also looking forward to hearing you speak at EAE SF in a few days!

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    • Fri 15 Aug 2008
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    Andy Ford wrote in to say...

    d’oh… AEA SF that is

    • #3
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    • Thu 28 Aug 2008
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    Stu wrote in to say...

    Gah! I missed it! I don’t suppose there’s even the remotest possibility of my being able to take part? I was a good boy last year!

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