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How satisfied are you with Click Opera? (1=dissatisfied, 5=satisfied)
Mean: 3.98 Median: 4 Std. Dev 0.85
In the time you've been reading it, has Click Opera got...
Stayed about the same
How often do you read Click Opera?
Every couple of days
About twice a week
How long have you been reading?
Less than a year
A couple of years
Where are you physically based?
Asia, but not Japan
Do you think Click Opera covers a broad enough range of topics?
Broad isn't really the point, is it?
Do you find entries about art and design...
What do you feel about hostile, rude or challenging comments by Anons?
They annoy or dismay me -- anonymous posting should be disabled
They add to the debate; it's good to be challenged!
I shrug them off, and think Momus should too
Momus writes those comments himself half the time
Is Click Opera narrated too much from Momus' own personal perspective?
Yes, there are too many personal anecdotes, it comes off as self-serving
No, a personal perspective makes a topic more interesting
The tone on Click Opera is too malicious, vicious and back-biting
The tone on Click Opera is too blandly benign and tolerant
The tone on Click Opera is fairly well struck
Is there too much promotion on Click Opera of Momus-related products, events and activities?
Yes, it's just one endless PR drive
No, I read Click Opera partly know what Momus is up to
Japanese topics on Click Opera are...
A reason I read
Sexy Japanese girls on Click Opera. Are there...
Overall, I find Click Opera's politics
To the left of mine
To the right of mine
About the same as mine
Through Click Opera I often learn about new and interesting things
I almost never learn anything new and interesting through Click Opera
If I found Click Opera annoying I would
Keep reading, but start making hostile and bitter comments
That satirical feed on Twitter...
I believe Momus writes Twit Opera
I believe someone else writes Twit Opera
Is Click Opera...
Poised right on the cutting edge of the contemporary
So retro it's hip again
Click Opera should feature...
...more images of Momus wearing ridiculous outfits
...fewer images of Momus wearing ridiculous outfits
Should Click Opera slim down to a Twitter feed?
Yes, 1000-odd words a day is just too much for my available time and attention span
Come on, why shoe-horn an elephant into a thimble?
If I heard that Click Opera were to cease forever on the stroke of midnight, December 31st, 2009, I would be like...
"All things must pass, friend."
I sometimes worry that Momus spends too much time and energy on Click Opera when he could be...
Making new records instead
Placing this kind of writing with magazines and blogs that pay him
Writing follow-ups to The Book of Jokes and The Book of Scotlands
Working out in his personal gym, improving his muscle tone
Converting to Catholicism
Working for a charitable organisation in the Sudan