The 2007 MAKE Magazine reader survey

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We here at MAKE could use your help to better understand you — how you use our magazine and related resources, as well as the kinds of DIY activities you are interested in. We want to get a better sense of who reads MAKE to make sure all of our content, from editorial to advertising/sponsorship, is as relevant to you as possible.

We ask for your email information at the conclusion of this survey for one reason: to allow you to enter yourself in a random drawing for gifts. Providing your email is strictly optional. Other than that, we do not ask any personally identifiable information, nor will we sell, rent or share your email address to third parties.

This survey should take about 12 to 15 minutes to complete. Please take a moment to participate in the MAKE Magazine reader survey by clicking here – Link.

20 thoughts on “The 2007 MAKE Magazine reader survey

  1. C’mon, Phil… No offense, but that’s a lame explanation for a glaring omission. Admittedly, wood is tough to solder, but no more so than home brewed beer.

  2. @kaden – there’s a spot for “other” if we missed something. but don’t worry, i made sure everyone knew woodworking wasn’t mentioned.

  3. Re: blog post picture

    Is that Little John Hodgman reading that issue of MAKE, with Littler, De-spectacled John Hodgman reading over his shoulder?

  4. Do you walk to school or carry your lunch?

    *
    27. Do you live in the United States or Canada?
    Yes
    No

    Huh?

  5. @The ThompsonFive – if you live in the us or canada, please answer ‘yes.’ If you live in any of the other countries in the world, please answer ‘no.’

  6. I took the survey, but wanted to go back to look at the page that had “what websites do you visit?” question, as there were quite a few that I was not aware of (and a few that I visit regularly)

    Anyway to get the links? as it looks like you are keeping me from running through the survey again (which makes sense as it would/could bias your data but there was some good info there). thanks.

  7. 43Folders
    Ars Technica
    BoingBoing
    CNet
    Craftzine.com
    CrunchGear
    Digg
    Engadget
    Etsy
    EurekAlert!
    Fark
    Gear Live
    Geek.com
    Gizmodo
    Hackzine.com
    Instructables
    jkOnTheRun
    Laughing Squid
    Makezine.com
    Neatorama
    NewScientist.com
    O’Reilly Radar
    Parenthacks.com
    PopSci.com
    Slashdot
    Swapatorium
    TechCrunch
    Techmeme (was tech.memeorandum)
    ThinkGeek
    ToolMonger

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