Crosscut.com is now a strapping five-month-old! That strikes me as possibly time enough for us to take a first look at who's reading us and what you would like to suggest in the way of improvements. So please help us out, and the cause of good local journalism on the Web, by taking a few minutes to fill out our first survey. Just click here to go to the online survey. Thanks for helping, and thanks to many of you who have sent in suggestions in the past, such as a call for a larger font (quickly implemented). Hundreds of you comment on our articles, enriching everyone's experience (almost always) and keeping us writers on our toes. The interactivity of Web journalism is one of its greatest innovations, so please join the club. You'll see the best suggestions showing up very fast! It is gratifying and encouraging to report that digital dailies like Crosscut are starting to spread across the nation. A very ambitious new one, to be called MinnPost, has just been announced for Minnesota, to debut in October. Others we know of and admire are New West, in Missoula and nine other Rocky Mountain cities; The Tyee in British Columbia; Voice of San Diego; and Pegasus News in Dallas, a hyperlocal site just purchased by Seattle's Fisher Communications. If you know of others that we should emulate, let me know.