Month: September 2007

Active management of physicians

Birth International: “The Active Management of Labour”. This is an informative, readable article on a bit of the history of the Dublin protocol of “Active management of labour” (AML), a set of interventions used by hospitals to increase labour ward… Read More ›

Sinking Feeling

That was the first sensation I had when I heard about the demonstrations in Burma/Myanmar, because I felt that the junta would be moved to violent repression just like they were in 1988. I was too anxious about the possibility… Read More ›

Chris Clarke wants marsupial tales

So he’s tagged me with this Animeme, via Bora. I’m not that much into memes generally, but this one appeals to me. I’m afraid it takes me a little while to get to the marsupials, but I promise they’re here.

Open Obstreperation Thread

It’s been far too long since we had one of these. What’s made your brain explode in anger, pain, disbelief lately? I’ve certainly found the plight of the Jena 6 horrifying, and I’ve been one of those progressive bloggers who’s… Read More ›

Wednesday Wow: Hot Pink !

No thumbnail for this, the photographer doesn’t want hir work on people’s blogs.

I reckon the owner of this house/car combo is never seen with a belt that doesn’t match the shoes.