From the Editor
By Patrick Panzera, EAA 555743
We’re on our sixth issue of Experimenter, and I can’t express how thrilled I am with the positive response we’ve been receiving. It seems that we are filling the niche well and, quite frankly, your feedback and your contributions are making it happen. I would like to encourage every reader to take part in the survey located at the bottom of the right column (or click here) and let us know how you feel. I read every word in every comment, so your efforts are appreciated. Your comments are anonymous; we have no way of tracking who wrote what, and that’s a double-edged sword. On one hand, you can feel free to speak your mind, but on the other hand, you have no way of receiving feedback. Some of you have been leaving questions, or expressing frustrations. I’d love to drop you an e-mail answering your questions, addressing your frustrations or thanking you for your advice, but I don’t have a way to contact you.
So with that I have two suggestions. If you have something you’d like answered, please leave your e-mail address with your comment, or send it directly to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Either way, I will get back with you.
And one last note; some of the best articles are those that were submitted by you, our readers. Please keep them coming! We need all the content we can get our hands on. Show us what you are building. Share with us what you’ve built. Explain to us what you’ve developed. Reader contributions are what filled the pages of Experimenter in the early days, and it’s the best way for us to continue forward.