Asking for Your Feedback
Post from August 28, 2008 (↻ August 24, 2017), filed under Everything Else.
I’d like to ask for 15 seconds (meaning exactly 15 seconds) of your precious time to take a really short survey related to this website, to learn about your perspective and ideas:
Thank you, I truly appreciate your help!
As a quick heads-up, I’m heading to the United States tomorrow to work in our California offices for two weeks, and to go on vacation for one week to tour the Southwest. During that time I may or may not have the time to respond to mail very quickly, or to publish new posts on this site. It depends; I’ll try.
I’m Jens Oliver Meiert, and I’m a web developer and author. I love trying things, including in the fields of philosophy, art, and adventure. Here on meiert.com I share some of my views and experiences.
If you have a suggestion or a question about what I write, feel free to leave a comment or a message.
Will you publish the results?
I wonder what your other readers think 😊
On August 30, 2008, 4:03 CEST, p2a said:
Noch vergessen (ID 1262105):
die Diskussionen hier in den Kommentaren sind nicht benutzerfreundlich, wenn man nich von Anfang an dranbleibt. Eine Baumstruktur wäre super. Oder aber eine Zusammenfassung der Diskussion nach einiger Zeit (nicht nur, wenn dadurch eine Revision des Artikels folgt)
I think you should have asked more (and more specific) questions in the survey. Maybe, ‘would we like more multimedia or graphics’?
Also, what does it mean ‘technical quality’?
On August 31, 2008, 16:34 CEST, Anonymous said:
I don’t really know how good QuestionPro really is, but I just wanted to tell you to keep an eye out for survs.com. I’ve been beta testing it and it is nothing short of brilliant. 😊
On September 5, 2008, 23:33 CEST, Anonymous called Markus said:
@Jens: After I have read your recommended blog article about opinions and so on I would modify my previous comment: the feedback to ‘technical quality’ of the brand ‘Jens Meiert’ is imho „subjective“ concerning opinions that are not linked with any arguments. Right?
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