Thanks for those thoughts Tania, it's very helpful to get members' views on these questions. I can assure that we're determined to maintain the quality of the articles, and we certainly won't be posting articles just for the sake of it. And the goal of one post each day is a medium-term goal at best; until we have a bigger Content Team that won't be possible anyway. Volunteers for various roles within the content team will be most welcome, by the way - anybody interested in that please do contact me. There are actually quite a range of subjects for articles which we would wish to post, and which we receive inquiries about, so to expand a little on that: I expect you will recall the recent articles on the Simarron fundraising, the Aviva contest, and the FDA hearings. There are always community fundraising and advocacy issues like that going on, in addition to the science articles, and articles about the experience of living with ME/CFS - and we will want to have regular articles about Phoenix Rising itself too, communicating about our volunteer staff, the organisation, and our projects - so I think there's more than enough important material to need a post each day to cover everything. My rough thoughts at this point are to have regular slots, such as (for example) a fundraising article every Tuesday, a review of the week's ME/CFS news on Saturday, a round-up of the best forum threads on Sunday, and other regular days for science articles and lifestyle articles. In that way, readers can stick to the type of articles that are of most interest to them, and hopefully having a lot more content shouldn't need to be overwhelming, nor should it mean a lower quality of writing. But these are just my own ideas: how this evolves will be a team effort, and it will depend to a great extent on the thoughts of members, volunteers and contributors. I look forward to hearing more views on this - and I especially look forward to hearing from people interested in contributing content or helping with proof-reading, editing, etc.