I think an article about the new power of food bloggers might want to consider what responsibility accompanies that new power, and I don't think that Adam has. What happens when his low profile, which had been a large part of what made his blog so charming and interesting, is no more? Should he pretend that nothing has changed? Should he accept free meals from Alain Ducasse and Sirio Maccioni without much (or any) soul-searching? Should he, like Shelley of Pink House, accept (almost ask for) post-review gifts without disclosing this to his readers? I guess it's fun to find that bloggers have power, but less fun to discover that maybe this should change how they go about their work.
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