I got a voice mail message from a reader who identified herself only as “McLeod” and asked for an editor to call her back. Problem is, the phone connection wasn’t very good, and I couldn’t correctly decipher the phone number to call back. If you are Ms. McLeod with a Cokie Roberts question — please drop me a note with your phone number at email@example.com. Sorry for the technology mishap.
Daily Archives: April 25, 2009
In the next few weeks, we’ll be working on updating our print edition’s weather page. Designer Mike Sullivan has done a great job so far on a preliminary prototype to improve our graphics and make information as useful as possible. To help us with a facelift for the page, we want to hear from you.
I recognize that some readers prefer to get weather information elsewhere. This post is directed to the people who like to spend some time with the printed weather page and have favorite features on the current page, or ideas for weather content they’d like to see. Some questions that would be helpful to us: Do you spend much time looking at the list of temperatures/forecasts for other cities? Is a seven-day local forecast useful, or, given the mercurial nature of Kansas weather, would a five-day forecast be most helpful? Are air-quality indexes useful?
If you have any feedback to offer, post a comment here on the blog or drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks for your time.