By on April 5, 2010

Even as blogs assume a larger role in the media landscape, TTAC remains a small-scale labor of love. Recently we’ve become a family affair as well, with Niedermeyers elder and younger occupying the Managing Editor and Editor-in-Chief positions respectively. As a family, there come times when even the opportunity of a lifetime must take a momentary back seat to the obligations of family. Paul and I are in the Baltimore area, visiting with far-flung members of the Niedermeyer clan, many of whom I have not seen in the better part of a decade. And though for the next few days, family must come first, we remain as dedicated as ever to TTAC. Or, more specifically to you, our readers. Though cars are our passion, your collective wisdom, individual reflections, deep insights and often brutal dedication to the truth is what truly inspires us to man our keyboards every day in the pursuit of automotive truth-telling. Though there may be some interruptions (including a move to permanent headquarters later this week), as long as you remain hungry for the truth it will be our privilege and honor to dedicate our days to providing you with the latest news, commentary, analysis and reflections on the world of cars. Thank you all for your readership, support, criticism, praise and passion.

[We owe a special thanks to our fantastic Overseas Editor Bertel Schmitt, for manning the ramparts in our absence]

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