Cut & Paste Journalism: NetImperative Spits Out Suspect Nielsen Findings

Cut & Paste Journalism: NetImperative Spits Out Suspect Nielsen Findings

Is it just us or do other folk out there get annoyed by inaccurate reporting and suspect research findings? We suppose that the reason we get a little annoyed is...

Guy Brighton
  • 7 december 2005

So we were also going to go into a big tirade about the Nielsen findings too
but we thought we’d just list a few of the highlights instead as
there’s more important/fun posts to do (and, btw: we believe you
applied a very scientific methodology but, Nielsen,we just don’t
believe the results. No leading questions there and mis-interpreted
results, no?):

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