I always receive a lot of e-mails when our newest edition arrives at your doorstep â€” some are filled with positive feedback on the issue and some not-as-good. Either way, we appreciate the time you take out of your busy days to tell us what you think about the publication, the digital edition, the web site, the blog or anything else that comes to mind.
But if you want to share your views with a larger audience, the "Letters" section is the place to do so. If you want to address anything, even just a trend in the industry that you are seeing or something we have written that you don't agree with, put some thoughts together (no more than 200 words please) and e-mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
It is our job to keep you informed, but we can't be on top of absolutely everything. Today I received an e-mail from a company that wanted to know why they were not asked to serve as a source in a recent story. The simple reason was that I had never heard of the business before. Let us know if you think you may be able to contribute to a story or upcoming feature (a role reversal, I know) or just want to suggest some ideas.
Some of the best stories we have put together have come from conversations we have had with our readers. As we move into our fourth year, I hope those discussions continue.