BtB has grown a lot over the past year, and I'm hoping that trend will continue. We're always looking to add new features -- and not just original research -- but it can be difficult to nail down the great ideas or identify folks with the skill sets to do crazy new things. I'm sure there are a lot of you out there thinking, "why in the heck isn't BtB doing this" or "I could so rock this idea!" So, tell me, whudda you got?
You got ideas for new regular features? Would you like to help bring back the Saber-Friendly Blogging 101 series? Do you have an interest in non-article content such as podcasts, newsletters, behind-the-scenes databases and coding, or logos and images? Do you read everything on the inter-tubes and enjoy compiling links? Would you like to write introductory arguments against traditional viewpoints, like this one? Do you have the ability to talk about baseball intelligently without using a single number? Do you have a plan to make BtB a better, tighter community? Do you want to organize a team of commandos to invade front offices and replace their interns with Josh Kalk clones?
One reason I'm asking for you to come to me -- in addition to the points that I don't have all the good ideas and I'm really not sure what most of your specialties are -- is that I'm extremely wary of poaching contributors from other blogs. I've invited people to write here who have blogs in different niches, but I steer away from people at saber-slanted sites. If you do currently contribute to a saber-slanted blog and would be interested in contributing to BtB in any capacity, please let me know. There are tons of people out there whom I'd love to work with at BtB but haven't invited for fear of insulting them and their websites. Not that we're just looking for people who are already blogging.
If you want to shout out suggestions, feel free to do so in the comments. If you'd like to talk about developing a relationship with the BtB gang and providing your own touch to the site, please email me at email@example.com.