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Survey It's a funny old thing, the Internet. You can set up a successful site, attract millions of dedicated readers, but still not know anything about them.

Indeed, it has been estimated that were all of El Reg's readers to stand shoulder-to-shoulder, they would cover an area equivalent to three Isles of Wight, or seventeen thousand football pitches, or two million four hundred thousand Windows 98 user guides.

It's a lovely thought, but - and here's the rub - how do you develop your product to deliver what this great discerning mass of humanity actually wants? Yup, you've guessed it: this is where you come in.

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