Pew Spewing Half Truths

16 Comments

Note to self: time to stop taking anything Pew people have to say seriously. I am surprised that how can such a well respected and established research group put out research report which even they don’t believe in. Yesterday, they used a colorful way of describing a trend – pod casting. They said that nearly six million folks might have heard a podcast. Everyone fell for it. I blogged about it, though was not entirely convinced.

Pew research director Mary Madden believes the numbers of people actually using the Internet to broadcast and/or download pods is smaller than the 6 million figure cited in the organization’s latest study, however. (Full report at NewsFactor)

If you are not convinced, then why send out a press release. I mean if you think about this, there is no difference between what Pew did and what Jack Grubman was preaching back in the telecom bubble. Half truths! I think we in the blogsphere should impose a 15-day ban on Pew, sort of like MLB and the whole steroids thing!

16 Comments

Ded

room%2B%2B%255BURL%253D%2Bhttp%253A%252F%252Froom.y6v7n.com%252Fsun%252Droom.html.com%2B%255Droom%255B%252FURL%255D%2B%2B%2B%253Ca%2Bhref%253D%2Bhttp%253A%252F%252Froom.y6v7n.com%252Fsun%252Droom.html.net%2B%253Eroom%253C%252Fa%253E%2B%2B%2Bhttp%253A%252F%252Froom.y6v7n.com%252Fsun%252Droom.html.org%2Broom%2B%250D%250A%2B%250D%250A%2B%250D%250A%2B%250D%250A%2B%250D%250A%2B%250D%250A%2B%250D%250A%2B%250D%250A%2B%250D%250A%2B%250D%250A%2B%250D%250A%2B%250D%250Ar

Comments are closed.