Is Decor's Q&A section new?

Jay H

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I love the section called “Q&A”. Is this a new section? I think it’s awesome that these industry leaders let you pick their brain in such a direct fashion. I’m not sure who picks the questions but I have been disappointed to see questions about the subject’s favorite food and vacation spot.

I have a request. If given the chance to fire questions at Bob Carter, Jay Goltz or even Warren Buffet, could you refrain from asking them what their favorite color is? I’m not really concerned with their favorite car or their first date either. On a rare event like this, I would choose questions relating to art and framing to put in an art and framing trade magazine.

Thanks Décor!

Your good hearted friend,

Jay Hartman
 
Jay,
You are much more diplomatic than I. I laughed out loud when I read the article. Not something that I would expect in Decor - maybe Seventeen.
 
Maybe this is Decor's version of Warped.

Overcome by curiosity, I took a look at the Q&A in the January Decor. I thought it was a credible mix of personal and business questions.

At some time, I'm sure I've answered most of those questions on The Grumble, even though nobody ever actually asked them.
 
"Maybe this is Decor's version of Warped."

Actually I had considered this. The questions are so kooky that I thought maybe it was printed primarily to showcase the "lighter side of business."

I don’t recall you reporting about your favorite color. As a matter of fact I’m not sure that I know what your favorite food, T-shirt, floor covering, or plant is either. Heck when you think about it, I don’t know a thing about you.
 
I think a editor would have been helpful

Since you brought it up. I have noticed a change in Decor since the publisher purchased ABN.

I am spending much less time reading the mag. I didn't even read that particular section after I glanced through the questions.

More time for the grumble.

Mitch
 
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