I will follow with some of the results of the survey.
In your opinion, what is the ideal average length of an online article?
Is a human element important to you when reading an article?
Why do you read online articles?
In other news, today I fell breathless into a bookshop and sat on the wooden chair provided. The musty smell must have excited me after so long of being unable to browse such stuffy literature homes. The shop I speak of is Bookworms of Shoreham, which, despite the economic climate of late, clings on to the high street, subsisting on Sussex folk buying local history volumes and 'Icons of England' picture books. The same white-haired lady has always looked up so nonchalantly from her Hardy to address whomsoever should choose to distract themselves in her deathless den. I quite love it there.
Going to a friend's house up the road tonight where I promised to conduct a quiz in a moment of alcohol-enthusiasm. I have created rounds from the lyrics of our teenage favourites, (Nelly - eeesh) to 'who posted which facebook status?'. Also, somersault rounds.
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