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Dear reader,

we had a wonderful time so far. It is always a pleasure to be in contact with you. Even when I don’t always get feedback directly, I have the feeling that our relation was always enjoyable, informative and inspiring. In order to keep it that way, I would like to define better taste than sorry a little better. And you can help me. I would like to ask you to determine the way where better taste than sorry is going. I hope that you are all satisfied with my work so far. I am!

I would like to ask you to tell me how you would describe or define better taste than sorry. If someone would ask you ‘what is that thing?’, what would you tell him? I want to ask you because you are the most important part of this blog. I am not writing the posts just for myself. I write – you read. And this time I want to ask you to write and I will read. Drop me a line or write me a letter, you can also just write one or two words. All I want is to describe better taste than sorry in your words. Help me to outline my shadow.

Feel free to use the comments field, use the form below for some more privacy or get in contact with me in any other way. I would be happy for any kind of feedback.

THANK YOU!

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5 Comments

  • Malte

    Moin Markus,
    mein Feedback bekommst du persönlich am Telefon ;) Aber ansonsten: Das was Johannes sagt! Ich fühl mich hier ganz zu Hause ;)

    PS Einen hab ich doch noch – wie wäre es mit mehr kritischen Gedanken zu Dingen, die dich nicht begeistern, sondern dich stören? Also entgegen der Begeisterung auch mal Gedanken über Dinge, die du verändern würdest, könntest … und auch Beschreibungen, wie du das machen willst? Ähnlich dem Audi-Artikel?

  • Markus Reuter

    @Malte: Tausend Dank! Die Idee mit mehr kritisieren als nur loben habe ich wirklich schon lange im Kopf! Das ist nicht immer ganz einfach, weil dann ein Bisschen die Motivation fehlt loszuschreiben. Wenn man was Cooles findet, denkt man sich: “Yeah, das soll die ganze Welt sehen/lesen/hören” aber umgekehrt? naja, ich werde es mal angehen!

    @Sonja: Thanks a lot for your comment! I try to stick to the authenticity!

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