Welcome to the second Best of the Mac Web survey. This twice-a-year survey gives you the opportunity to rate the sites you're familiar with - 56 of them this time around.
The second survey includes almost all sites from the first one, although The Mac Junkie has fallen by the wayside and MacInstruct is currently on hiatus. We've also removed ramseeker, since it doesn't publish or link to editorial content. We've also added several newer sites and are including the rumor sites this time around. Note that this survey is not comprehensive - we've probably left out a lot more sites than we've listed, but we wanted to keep the number of sites listed reasonable.
One change from the last time around: We're providing links to each of the sites up front so you can visit them. However, we ask that you only rate sites you were familiar with before coming to the survey. If any of the "new to you" sites become personal favorites, you'll have the opportunity to rate them next time around.
We've attempted to contact the publisher or webmaster of each site listed, giving them the opportunity to add a link to the survey and have the opinions of their visitors counted. We do this to try to minimize bias by allowing every site in the survey to link to it.
To some extent, this can't help but be a popularity contest. This is an opinion survey, but I believe it will accurately reflect what regular Mac Web surfers think of the listed sites.
Here are the surveyed sites (the link will open into a new window, making it easy to come back here or to look at the site while taking the survey).
Because the survey asks visitors to only rate sites they are familiar with, the Best of the Mac Web survey measures two things: how well known a site is and what those who know the site think of it. Click here to participate in the survey.
BTW, you can go back and take the survey a second time. This will replace your first ballot.
We'll be collecting your feedback through Thursday, November 22, 2001 (Thanksgiving Day here in the States). I'll spend some time that weekend analyzing the results and hope to publish our findings on Monday, November 26.
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