The Brexit referendum and the upcoming general election are both examples of bad research. People like to interpret them as mandates for specific policies, but they weren’t designed that way.
Is the running order on Match of the Day influenced more by the quality of each game or by the stature of the teams taking part in each game?
The famous Henry Ford quote about faster horses is often used to argue that innovators don’t need research. Innovators need good research as much as anyone.
There’s a popular idea that qualitative and quantitative research are good for very different things, but this kind of distinction is not helpful.
Spotify’s adverts about data are fine when they talk about people in general, but it’s creepy when they single someone out.
Just because something performed poorly in an AB test, doesn’t mean that it was a bad idea.
Is the home-grown player quota backfiring? I keep hearing that English players are being bought for inflated prices, only to be left sitting on the bench.
Power Plates are like homeopathic medicine for your muscles, if homeopathic medicine could give you a headache.
SoulCycle is brilliant if you’re a hot woman wanting to pick up a hot fitness instructor. Or vice versa.
Yoga4men seems a lot like normal yoga. Maybe they should incorporate monster trucks and craft beer.