In 5 and a half years of writing Jetwhine, the world has continued to evolve around us although the look of Jetwhine has remained unchanged. technology has not obviously not remained static. The pace of the changes to the technology that support social media behind the scenes however, has been almost enough to make my eyes glaze over at times. And my point is what you’re probably asking about now.
One item long in need of an update here at Jetwhine is our subscription database system … a weakness pointed out a few weeks back by a few of our ever-vigilant subscribers … two folks at AOPA in this case. You know them … best $45 bucks you’ll spend each year.
For you as a reader there is very little if anything to do about our new database … except one. We’d very much appreciate you resubscribing to Jetwhine to verify that everyone has made it over to the new list manager.
Will you please take just a moment and type your e-mail in the box to the upper right of this post, or verify the RSS feed is still connected at your end? If you do, you’ll have made both mine and Scott Spangler ‘s day and we can get back to our real job … providing you the best insights into the aviation industry available anywhere.
As always, if you have a friend who would benefit from reading Jetwhine — and who wouldn’t of course — we’d also be appreciative of you passing on this post about subscribing along with your personal endorsement.
Disclaimer: No chimps were harmed, nor overworked in the production of this post.
Rob Mark, publisher