Should we continue to publish the Scan?

By | July 25th, 2013

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What we’re reading

Watch out for the ‘Change My Address’ scams (NBC News)

Luxury cruise fails surprise health inspection (CNN)

Video of woman falling asleep on fellow airline passenger goes viral (Fox News)

Fashion do’s and don’ts from the TSA (Gadling)

What we’re writing

Working on vacation — technology makes it possible — do you or don’t you? (Consumer Traveler)

Can I get a refund for my stay at the No-Tell Motel? (Elliott)

Thank you for your feedback on this daily news summary. We’ve decided to suspend publication of the Scan. You can find a version of it every day on Consumer Traveler.

  • BillCCC

    It gives us another option for travel stories. Unless it is costing you money to run and not bringing anything in I say leave it there.

  • Robb

    It is way too confusing to have all these different columns and newsletters.

  • TonyA_says

    It’s good. Keep it. It saves me from doing my own scan :-)

  • Charles B

    I read your site from RSS. It would be nice to have the Scan articles prefixed so I can tell them apart from the Chris Elliot articles. That said, I’ve appreciated a few of the links and vote to keep them up.

  • Carchar

    If it isn’t a money drain, leave it. We don’t have to read it if we don’t want to.

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