Friday, June 25, 2004

I love mass publishing infrastructures. Whatever I think, someone out there has probably already said it and made it available :) This week, it's spiked's turn to share my spleenthoughts about all this politico-talk of choice in the NHS - in the public's interest? or just a shrewd attempt to claw back some of the fast-dissolving public interest in politics?

"Instead, we get to choose between the cans of beans that are already on the shelf, or rather a series of equally mediocre hospitals. This assumes that the important decisions have already been made; we get to 'choose' within a framework that has already been decided."

Too right. More "demos", please...

Meanwhile, Brandon Robshaw asks the perhaps-deliberately-provocative question, "What's wrong with a National DNA Register?", complete with a few large assumptions and jumps in logic, but written well enough to possibly counterpoint if I can find the time this week...

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