2nd Annual Papers & Pencils Reader Survey

A census taker at work.
A census taker at work, from the U.S. Census Bureau

With another year passed, it’s time for another reader survey!  Perhaps this ritual of mine is a little strange, but it’s fun to learn about the people who read my blog. And even if I lack the mathematical knowledge to draw sound conclusions from the data, I can still muse over what type of people my writing attracts, and what they think about what I do. So I hope you’ll take a moment to fill it out.

It’s quite simple to do. You just need to visit:

The Papers & Pencils 2013 Reader Survey

There are only 11 required fields for the form to process. If you’re feeling particularly generous with your time, though, there are some optional questions at the bottom which I’m very interested to see the answers to. The survey will remain open until the weekend of the 24th, at which time the polls will close and I’ll post the results. All of which are anonymous, of course.

If you read and enjoy Papers & Pencils, I would like to ask you to take a few minutes to do this. It should only take a short time, and the more responses I get, the more reliable my eventual data will be. Last year, 38 people generously filled the form out. After a year of growth, I’d love it if we could hit 50 responses.

Thank you for reading.

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