- Some of you have noticed that Crosscut is like a regular newspaper in some ways and not in others. This story, for example, has raised some eyebrows – the writer having long been involved in the subject he's reporting on. As I said in a comment at the end of that story, Crosscut is going to be experimenting in lots of ways. It's not going to be journalism as usual. If you want to challenge something we've done, great – you can do it at the bottom of every story. As we learn what works and what is a bad idea, we'll evolve. Crosscut is a work in progress. We'd love to hear your nits, picks, and general feedback on any page. Or leave a comment at the bottom of this one.
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- We're working on font legibility. We got that message loud and clear. You should have seen an increase in size today, but if that's not sufficient, please let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Our daily newsletter has been inconsistent, and mostly that's due to incompetence among the full-time staff. I'm determined to find out who's responsible, but Crosscut is such a big organization that it could take a while. The witch hunt, that is. We hope to have the newsletter back on track today.
- We're getting great suggestions for sites to link to and monitor for news. Keep them coming. You can also suggest live news stories you think we've overlooked. If you have a site, story, document, or blog to recommend, e-mail us at email@example.com. Whatever you suggest, it should be about the great nearby and not the great far-away. News organizations should feel free to call our attention to scoops. There's an enormous volume of news in the region, and we can use help spotting good stuff.
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