We missed the anniversay by a few days, but the Montana Post just entered its fifteenth year of offering commentary and the occasional bit of news about Montana politics.
There have been highs and lows, periods of intense activity and even a hiatus or two since we inauspiciously started as Intelligent Discontent back on July 4, 2005 with post about Karl Rove, but since then the site has become an active hub of information with posts from our writers, guest columnists, and even the occasional great cartoon.
One thing we’ve never done in that time is a formal reader survey, so I’ve created a short form where you can offer some feedback to guide our future. Your response is anonymous, but I’d really appreciate learning what we can do to make the site more useful to you.
So if you have a few minutes over the next few days, we’d love to hear from you. The survey form is embedded on this post or you can access it here.