I want to take a moment to express some heartfelt gratitude to my readers and offer some suggestions for more places they can find helpful information and analysis. Late last year, readers of the ABA Journal were good enough to vote “Work Matters” as the top labor and employment law blog. I am friends with the other bloggers who were up for the honor, each has taughte me a great deal. Let's start with Molly DiBianca, who writes the “Delaware Employment Law Blog.” Molly's specialty is tracking cases on social media and employment law. She consistently reports on the newest cases, with humor and insight. You can follow her on Twitter @MollyDiBi. “FMLA Insights” is from Chicagoan Jeff Nowak, who just doesn’t track FMLA cases but who imposes intellectual order on an often confusing area. Check him out @FMLAInsights. The future of blogging on employment law is in very good hands with this group of three: Daniel Schwartz (@danielschwartz), Jon Hyman(@jonhyman) and Eric Meyer (@Eric_B_Meyer). Daniel blogs at the “Connecticut Employment Law Blog,” which is peppered with thoughtful analysis on all topics labor and employment, especially the labor law side of the house. Jon is an employment lawyer in Cleveland and holds forth in his “Ohio Employer's Law Blog,” with daily updates on cases and trends. To say that their blogs are about Ohio or Connecticut law is like saying “Moby Dick” is a novel about a whale. Both blogs are so much more. Finally, Eric B. Meyer writes “The Employer Handbook.” The ABA Journal quoted an admiring reader that Eric's blog is "smart, sassy, current." There is a Zen koan that asks whether a tree makes any noise if it falls in a forest but there is no one there to hear it. I do not know the answer (I suspect the idea is that there is no answer). But I do know this: Readers are part of what makes a blog a real conversation. Blogs need an audience to truly serve their purpose. Thanks for reading.