Husky Football Blog
Times reporter Bob Condotta keeps the news coming about the Montlake Dawgs.
July 8, 2008 4:16 PM
Posted by Bob Condotta
With August and the beginning of camp on the horizon, among the items on my to-do list in preparation for the season is to meet with some of the muckety-mucks in the sports department about possible improvements to the blog.
Which got me to thinking that I should throw it to those of you who actually read this thing every once in a while for your thoughts. This will be the third season for the blog and I've pretty much just winged it the past two years, so I thought I'd ask for your input.
What do you like most? Links to UW-related stuff? Links to Pac-10 news? Analysis? Practice updates (as much as is possible given our limited access, anyway)? Notes and quotes? Alumni updates? Game threads? I'm especially curious to know what you think of links --- do you use them? There are an increasing number of places to get links so I'm wondering how valuable a service that is. I read a lot of different sites every day, so it's probably something I'll always continue in some form. But I'd like to know what you think.
I'm sure a lot of you would like more recruiting news. I'll head that off a little up front by saying that I'm not sure I can ever provide a whole lot more recruiting news than I am now. My charge at the paper requires me to spend most of my time focused on the current team and its activities. Still, I would like to ask how valuable the recruiting stuff I have done is to you. I know there are lots of other sites out there that provide that stuff. Is what I've tried to do in that regard here worthwhile?
But mostly, I just want to know what ways we might be able to serve you better on here (short of asking for my firing, anyway). Some may be doable, some may not. But I figured it can't hurt to ask --- that maybe somebody will bring up something that would be a great idea that I've simply never thought of before.
So consider this a suggestion box for the blog, one that will stay open until the first request for me to get a new haircut.
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