What Recipes are Rising to the Top of The Great British Bake Off?

Two  things you would have thought the world had had enough of was reality and cookery programmes. But when the award winning Great British Bake Off first aired in 2010, it took us by surprise. The self-aware sugar dusted series has since spawned umpteen spin off, thirteen specials and has been reimagined in 17 other…

What High School Can Teach Us about Selling an Idea…

So yesterday I finished my last online MOOC course from Coursera in the Psychology of Popularity. Praise must go out to Dr. Prinstein created a fun, interactive and interesting course (the content of which you can still view here). So, it seems that just like sociology, science and microeconomics, you can learn a lot about the larger world by closely…

5 Insights about Irish Consumers from the Latest Google Consumer Barometer

The Google Consumer Barometer is one of those excellent free research resources available from Google – with what seems a robust methodology. The total sample surveyed for Ireland was 6119. Results are weighted by the census data of each country. Here are five interesting things the latest update tells us about Irish consumers… 1. We suck…