You aim, we fire

Lighthouse hit its second century today.

Earlier today, Lighthouse posted its 200th posting; it’s an important step forward us because the blog forces us to explain, clarify and make concrete our experiences and observations. The 30,000 page impressions that we’ve registered since we started tracking these numbers are a reassuring sign that blog is appreciated. However, we are always looking for new suggestions.

Over the next few weeks, we’re inviting readers to let us know what topics they would like us to comment on – it’s seems only fair that you should drive! If you have suggestions, then please drop us a line at hrittner at lighthousear dot com

As course we realize that many of our readers have as good an understanding of these topics as we do, but it’s easier for us to stick our necks out and advance an opinion: you aim, we fire.

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