The Great Christmas chocolate debate

Bethan Blakeley answers that all-important question – which Christmas chocolates are the nation’s favourites? We discuss a lot of important things at Honeycomb HQ. Big data, world issues, ethics… and which Christmas chocolates are the best. All the things that keep...

Overcoming the Nagging doubts

Bethan Blakeley reflects on her experiences at last week’s ASC conference. When I was asked to speak at the ASC (Association for Survey Computing), I wasn’t sure what to make of it. Firstly, I’d never actually heard of it (and I find myself stalking a LOT of...

Data visualisation: Pretty or pretty useless?

Bethan Blakeley examines the real purpose behind data visualisation. I don’t know if it’s just me, but recently, my Twitter feed has been full of beautiful, and mesmerising, data visualisations. (Search #dataviz on Twitter to find a few – two of my favourites are...

Intelligence Capital – rebrand or revolution?

Andrew Wiseman looks back at the main debate from this year’s MRS residency at the Festival of Marketing. Last week saw the Festival of Marketing return to London’s Tobacco Dock. FOM is a celebration of all that is great and good about the collection of industries we...

‘Your Call’ on whether data comparisons are fair

Andrew Wiseman looks at the contextual flaws in comparison data. For the first time in a few weeks, I found myself in London on Friday the other week, and whilst riding the escalators at Euston tube station, I was drawn to the new advertising campaign from the...

Looking back at EARL 2018

Bethan Blakeley looks back on the EARL conference in London and the things she learnt. I recently attended the EARL conference in London, which, I won’t lie, I just had to Google – turns out it stands for the Enterprise Applications of the R Language conference. Nope,...