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NEWS | May 12, 2020

One-Question Survey to Help Improve PS Magazine

Dear PS Magazine Reader:

We'd like your feedback on ways to better serve your needs.

Last year, we made a major change to our format. We evolved from a monthly, cartoon-illustrated periodical to this website. We formally launched in November 2019; now that we're six months in, we'd like your input on ways to sustain what we're doing well and fix what needs improving.

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