In a recent editorial we answered some of the questions which readers most often post to us. This month we continue with question number four on that list: “Don’t you people have anything better to do with your time?”
The short answer is “yes.” The longer answer involves some self-
In fact, it is these other
The question we need to ask is, “Where is your contribution to SpecGram?” We know you love SpecGram, or else you wouldn’t be reading this letter from the editor. But chances are, you aren’t doing your part to contribute to world happiness by submitting an article to SpecGram. Most of our readers never do.
We know you’re putting off something “better” that you could be doing right now. We are also confident that, if you’ll listen, the SpecGram muse is calling you. In fact, it may be right now. Or it may be tomorrow. But whenever it is, the muse will tell you the same thing, something like this: “Sure, that report is due in two days, but the SpecGram editors will love this idea, and if you work on it now you won’t forget the classic line you just thought up.”
We’re glad you enjoy SpecGram. We enjoy bringing it to you. We also want to encourage you to undertake some serious self-