Autodesk has realized that the internet is a great tool for providing information to clients. That's an easy discovery to make. They have also discoverd that the internet is an even greater tool for collecting information. Autodesk has asked for emails, beta testing, surveys, telephone calls and more in the past. Now they have set up a website using Google Moderator called Ideas for AutoCAD. Google Moderator is a site where people (or companies) can set up a way for readers to provide thoughts, feedback, and ideas.
How odes it work? Google Moderator lets you set up a series about anything you want or are interested in. It provides a means for other interested people to submit questions, ideas or suggestions. Anyone can come to the site and submit a question or comment. They can even vote on submissions. You can set up multiple topics or go with a single topic.
Autodesk is trying this out. They want your thoughts and ideas on AutoCAD, for MAC and Windows. If you have a killer idea that will make AutoCAD better, stop on by and submit your idea. If you have a question, stop on by. While there, check out some other people's ideas and thoughts. Vote on them, or not. Comment on them, or not. It's up to you.
Autodesk takes these things seriously. I suggest you go and participate. Even if you feel you don't have a great idea, vote on the ideas that are there.