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Dec 21, 2008 05:46 PM

Chowhound gets a shout-out in the NY Times

article in this weekend's Travel section about finding decent food at airports...

"It was Chowhound’s contributors, for example, who guided me through Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson, the world’s busiest airport, where just under 90 million people passed through in 2007, the most recent year for which there are records. For Southern food, the ’hounds recommended Paschal’s..."

"On the way back home to New York that night, I had another layover, two and a half hours, in Atlanta, so I decided to follow another Chowhound lead...."

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  1. Times writers have always credited Chowhound (and chowhounds) in print. They're very good that way.

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    1. re: Caitlin McGrath

      Pity Chowhound's policy doesn't extend the same courtesy. We writers who reply are not allowed to include any mention of our publication or link to our own work.

      1. re: kathleen purvis

        I think you are mistaking the professional journalistic practice of attribution, which is permitted and expected here, with your own desire for self promotion.

        I've seen plenty of writers, whether bloggers or "professionals" posting hype free links here. But I've never seen much tolerance for people who post self serving teases and links to material elsewhere. You might want to familiarize yourself with the site Guidelines linked at the bottom of this page.

        If you agree or not agree with me, I suggest you continue this discussion on the appropriate board, which is Site Talk: