Scott Hardie | October 26, 2002
Who's reading TC? I see nine names besides my own on the sidebar, but that doesn't mean you're all actually keeping up with it. If you're regularly reading TC, please respond to this topic. I just want to know whose eyeballs I've got.

Matthew Preston | October 26, 2002
Two working ones here.

Anna Gregoline | October 26, 2002
Two nearsighted ones here. I'm checking this site obsessively, really I am.

Kevin Fiore | October 26, 2002
I ususally view it every other day.

Lori Lancaster | October 28, 2002
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Scott Hardie | October 28, 2002
Glad to have you all aboard. Does the poll work for you? More people visit the site than answer the poll, so I'm just wondering if it's working. It should show you the various options as a form, until you submit your choice, at which point it stores your IP address and won't show the form again to that same IP address until a new poll appears the following week. If you visit TC for the first time in a week and see the answers, but not the form, please let me know.

Matthew Preston | October 30, 2002
The Poll is working fine.

K. R. | October 31, 2002
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