Scott Hardie | March 2, 2004
With all the polls I want to put up today, I got to thinking that maybe Jackie was on to something. I could program a simple radio-button poll for a sidebar on the site, and provide a form for authors to create their own polls. The site could load a new poll at random each day from among the ones available, or every two days, or every time the page is refreshed, or whatever. Would you participate? (Me, I'm not too hot on this idea, but I could see a few authors getting into it and making it worthwhile.)

Lori Lancaster | March 2, 2004
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Anna Gregoline | March 2, 2004
I like polls. I think most people like polls, being asked what they think. I'd do it.

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