It’s apparently all the rage to write a post about the ethical decisions you make when writing a blog. Lucky from One Mile at a Time wrote his. Gary from View From the Wing also wrote his opinions on the subject. The internet is a complicated place and everyone has to draw their own line about what they’re willing to do and what they’re not. Sharon and I try to be truly honest about what we write on the blog. The things we write are our own thoughts and haven’t been cleared by anyone, except maybe each other. When we get any type of compensation for a link or referral, we’re always totally up front about what you’ll get and that we’ll get something, too.
I still have my feelings about what everyone has written on the subject. I don’t want to call this post a rant, because I think all rants ever do are let you get something off of your chest. Instead, I prefer to think of this post as a series of thoughts. The way I wish the world worked, which, for all intents and purposes, it doesn’t. But it should. If I had my way about things. Which I don’t. Continue reading “The Things I Will Not Do For Your Mileage May Vary”