Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Read Food Media? Reside in the US?

This question of the day is for you then...

QUESTION OF THE DAY graphic copyright sam breach
?Please will you help a Masters in Gastronomy Student with this quick, fun, food-centric survey that will be the basis of her final dissertation?

Hurry - the survey ends soon and the more respondents, the more useful the results will be.
Thank you!

© 2008 Sam Breach
Read Food Media? Reside in the US?


  • At 24/1/08 08:18, Blogger ChrisB said…

    Pity it's only for the US.

  • At 24/1/08 16:57, Blogger Elizabeth said…

    That was surprisingly fun!

  • At 24/1/08 17:51, Blogger Owen said…

    That was interesting - but I did drop a bit of long comment in at the end since the survey was really pretty simplistic - I did realise that I no longer care much about US-based food publications (print). I still look at UK ones sometimes - they are a good change of speed.

  • At 24/1/08 22:49, Blogger Becks & Posh said…

    hi owen
    i think that actually surveys of this type are extremely scientific and follow a special set of rules and that Leena is looking in particular for some specific data that will help her answer highly focused questions for her thesis. That is my guess - for every amount she broadens the questions - the less reliable her data becomes. Thanks for helping her anyway - and elizabeth I am glad you enjoyed it too.

  • At 25/1/08 16:11, Anonymous EB said…

    As someone who just finished her own thesis... I loved being able to help out there!

  • At 25/1/08 16:53, Blogger Douglas Cress said…

    done. I hope you share any results that may come of it.

  • At 27/1/08 10:19, Blogger Allen of EOL said…

    Done! Food blogs are much more expressive and human -- print food pubs feel too old-school and stiff (i.e. publishing content, not expressing passion for food).

    I look forward to hearing about Leena's results.


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