• May 9th 2011 at 6:00PM
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We record Episode #229 of the Autoblog Podcast tonight, so check out our discussion topics below. Publisher John Neff is coming on to talk about big changes to our site, and we've also picked out some news-related topics. You can use the forum below to drop us your own feedback and questions, or vote on your fellow readers' submissions to help determine what else we discuss this evening. You can subscribe to the Autoblog Podcast in iTunes if you haven't already to hear your question answered by our esteemed panel of 'casters.

Discussion Topics for Autoblog Podcast Episode #229

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      With Mini’s successful Goodwood interior trim level being expanded to other models in Europe, do you think that it could be offered here? Could Cadillac or Lincoln benefit by offering something similar or at least a clear improvement over what is currently standard equipment by either? Could a "Goodwood"-like interior option from GM fix the Corvette’s biggest weakness?
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      What the hell is going on with the Login for the Q&A? I've tried repeatedly to log on and nothing happens. I think Autoblog should worry less about changes and more on keeping what they have working.
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      The Q&A used to get over 40 questions and more than 1,000 votes a week; now, it's lucky to get 20 questions and 250 votes and that's with me providing 6 to 7 of the questions. This week, I don't think I will be able to submit even a single question through the Q&A module, since I believe I've been specifically locked-out by the system along with many other regulars; otherwise, how did other people get logged-in and submit questions, but (at this point in the day) none of the regulars who normally submit questions?
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