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Weekly Poll I

I’ve decided it would be fun to post a weekly poll on my blog. The subject matter will vary depending on my mood, current events, and whatever pops into my head. As you can see above, I’ve also added a menu option to see all posted polls.

My goal is to post these polls once a week on Wednesday. I will also accompany the poll with a blog post that describes the question in detail. Remember, this is my goal, so there is a very real possibility that I won’t have one every week. But I will certainly try my best.

The first poll is in regards to the recent Kindle update. This just went live for all Kindle users in the past couple of days. So I started thinking, do people like it? There’s only one way to find out and that is using a poll. Let everyone know whether you like it, don’t like it, or you weren’t aware there was an update.

And feel free to let me know if there are any polls you’re interested in seeing. You can leave a message in the comments below, send a message via Twitter, or use the About menu option above to contact me.

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  2. Hi, I am interested in your "Weekly Poll".
    But I don't have Kindle.

  3. There will be other polls, so check back next week. Do you have a poll question you'd like to see?

  4. Well, how about you, "Which do you like or have smartphone, Android, iPhone, or ohthers?"
    I am looking forward to the next your poll.

  5. That's a good one. I'll consider it for next week's poll.


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