Every once in a while, we survey our readership in order to figure out how to serve you better—and to help our advertisers get a feel for our audience. That helps us produce the right kind of content and pay the bills without littering the site with "punch the monkey!" ads. (Although punching that monkey can be fun, no doubt about it.)
With that in mind, we invite you to partake in our latest and greatest reader survey. We've gone all-out on this one, using special survey software with multiple paths depending on how you answer. Pretty high-tech stuff. Any and all readers, including our loyal community of TR gerbils, are encouraged to participate.
We're going to run ads throughout the site and keep this survey up for a few weeks, so hopefully, everyone will get to give it a go. And of course, we'll share the results with you down the road.
Since the survey is hosted off-site, we should point out the obvious and note that this isn't an elaborate ploy to mine personal information about our readers. Nothing personally identifiable will be gathered; just the answers you provide us.
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