Too often, people who work in the media get the big-headed idea that they’re the ones who ought to be deciding what their readers, listeners and watchers should think and feel. That notion leads to some very bad and truly absurd choices, and also to a lot of one-sided and deeply biased coverage.
I don’t want to run WaterLine like that. I have always taken pride in getting feedback from you, the reader, and using it to shape the magazine. That’s because it’s not mine — it’s yours. Over the years, your ideas and suggestions have made WaterLine great. That would never have happened if I weren’t always open to what it is you want.
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