Earlier at work I chanced on the latest issue of Marketing Magazine. The second story is a survey, commissioned by the mag, which trumpets: “British Airways’ YouTube videos win public favour“. Which is total cock. The story explains how BA responded to the first of two cabin staff strikes by publishing videos on YouTube which, [...]
Tag Archive 'statistics'
Make-up – the most sinister threat on our roads today.
There are probably two maths teachers out there somewhere, and perhaps an A-Level examiner, who can attest to a past lack of interest in statistics on my part. But only 95.7% of statistics are bad. The good ones, I am reminded, live in Google Analytics and tell you fascinating things about how few people find [...]
More in our occasional series of links that don’t get a lot of love.
A few weeks ago I was trawling around on the internet trying to find road casualty figures for this post on Living. One thing which struck me at the time was how difficult it is to find global figures – the best I could come up with was a frighteningly large number I’d seen repeated [...]
Alright, it’s not just about the BBC, but are all the sub-editors on holiday? Apparently, eight out of ten people feel safe. What about now? Do you feel safe now? And now? Still, at least you haven’t got global warming to worry about, as a Scottish bus builder hopes to invent a bus with zero [...]