- Written by webmin
The last several months, we’ve been running this blog at breakneck speed, without much of a chance to pause and take stock of what we’re doing. Astute blog readers may have noticed the changes we made a few months back to accommodate the Hemmings Daily newsletter (if by no other clue than the flood of commenters that change brought to the blog), we’ve added a new voice to the mix with Mike Bumbeck, and if you’re into Facebook, keep an eye out for a major overhaul of our presence there in the near future.
We’d like to do more – much more – with this space, but rather than going off on our own, we’d like some input from ye dear readers first. Of course, our ears are always on, listening to ways to improve, but consider this your chance to voice your opinions and make your suggestions on everything we’re doing, big and small. What do you want to see more of? What do you want to see less of? Be honest – we have thick skin. But also let us know what you like about this blog so we can keep doing it.
As for the Hemmings Six Degrees of Automotive Challenge series, which I’ve so rudely preempted today with this Open Diff post, it looks like we’re down to just a few participants every week. Have we reached the logical conclusion of the series, in which we’ve examined every possible way every car company is linked to one another? Or is there still life to it, making it worth continuing?
And, as with all Open Diff posts, feel free to voice your opinion on any other matter relevant to collector cars.