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Help me improve reality blurred by answering these quick questions

Help me improve reality blurred by answering these quick questions
These chipmunks are sharing the tea, which I hope you'll do with me here (Photo by Tetyana Kovyrina/Pexels)

There’s a chill in the air, those winter birds are back at Target, and 2024 is right around the corner.

Okay, yes, we still have two full months left in 2023! With holidays approaching and reality shows already being scheduled for January, I know this time will go fast, and I’ll soon begin planning for the new year.

That’s where you come in.

reality blurred exists because you read it; truly, just you reading these pages keeps it alive. (I am also grateful for those who offer other kinds of support.)

I hope reality blurred is constantly improving, and it does so in part because many of you let me know what’s working and what isn’t.

That feedback—whether it comes in the form of comments on stories, alerts about my typos, or an e-mail message with your thoughts—is so useful to me.

Every year at this time, I try to get a big-picture look at the work I’m doing here by offering this anonymous survey.

The hundreds of responses I’ve received in years past have helped me plan and shape my coverage. And I appreciate everything from praise to constructive criticism. (Even the occasional homophobic troll reminds me of how most of you are not that person!)

Here are those 10 hopefully quick, optional questions. I promise to read and consider every answer, and appreciate any feedback. Thanks for your time, and for reading and watching with me!

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About the author

  • Andy Dehnart

    Andy Dehnart is the creator of reality blurred and a writer and teacher who obsessively and critically covers reality TV and unscripted entertainment, focusing on how itโ€™s made and what it means.

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