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Q: Do the writers for echinacities use our questions for article inspiration?

Quite often I am finding articles on the main site that seem to be an answer to the questions asked on the forum. I don't mind... infact, I think it's kind of cool. Hopefully, however, they are researching the topic and not just blowing smoke with their thoughts and opinions.

9 years 24 weeks ago in  General  - Chengdu

 
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I think they are, which good sometimes and just fluff the rest of the time.
To use one of many examples was an article about business dinner etiquette that seemed to be lifted almost entirely from a Mr. Tibbles answer on a post about toothpicks.

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it goes 2 ways some people post questions based on an article and the writers write or re-post an old article based on a question

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Every now and then there's a really intersting discussion that gets started. Sometimes I find something on here that inspires my own writing! The cat's drawing from the best on here. Maybe he should write about Chinese pretending to be foreigners on the interwebz.

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