My first stop was the former Jordan’s restaurant on Main Street. If you look through the windows you’ll see the tables set for dinner even though the restaurant has been closed for over two months now. That was a little creepy.
If they did I’d be more than happy to tell you about it. Good thing too. According to this story by Tim Arango in yesterdays New York Times, bloggers may soon be required to fully disclose any compensation they receive from advertisers and marketers.
“The F.T.C. said that beginning on Dec. 1, bloggers who review products must disclose any connection with advertisers, including, in most cases, the receipt of free products and whether or not they were paid in any way by advertisers, as occurs frequently.”
Nobody has ever given Tales of Two Cities anything but comments. That is not to say I won’t accept stuff if anyone was adventurous enough to seek my opinion about their stuff. I respect all readers of this blog and I pledge to you that I will always disclose any connection with an advertiser and anyone who gives me free stuff.