Archive for May, 2009
Posted on 12. May, 2009 by NW1er.
In the final episodes of season 9 of the X Files, the cynical and sardonic FBI agent Fox Mulder is being tried by an unbalanced military jury that has a short-sighted view of societal well-being. The fictitious jury, and those people it serves, believe that it is often best to keep information from the public, [...]
Posted on 06. May, 2009 by NW1er.
It’s no surprise that mystery shopping journalists from publications such as the Sunday Telegraph and Daily Star Sunday have donned their anoraks with the launch of Alli and set forth to test pharmacies – the same was true when simvastatin 10 mg switched. I don’t object to this type of investigative journalism, because if something [...]
Posted on 01. May, 2009 by phaedrus.
As broadcast and print news report the steady movement of swine flu around the globe, the outbreak of online coverage, mainly in the form of blogging, is spreading at an even faster rate. I can understand why this news story is one that the online community has taken up in this way. It is an [...]