The art of malfunction

Great fun. This new online tool enables you to take a chunk of text and generate a nice bit of artwork. Here for example is the 6 September 2005 letter suspending me from my post at the University of Sheffield.



Below is the joint mission statement of GlaxoSmithKline, the UK drugs "regulator" (the MHRA) and the General Medical Council (UK professional regulator)
  • GSK: "We have a challenging and inspiring mission: to improve the quality of human life by enabling people to do more, feel better and live longer."
  • MHRA: We enhance and safeguard the health of the public by ensuring that medicines and medical devices work and are acceptably safe. No product is risk-free. Underpinning all our work lie robust and fact-based judgements to ensure that the benefits to patients and the public justify the risks."
  • GMC: "Regulating doctors - Ensuring good medical practice."


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Blogger Stephany said ... (July 16, 2008) : 

thanks Aubrey! this is excellent!

 

Blogger Fiddy said ... (July 16, 2008) : 

I think I may try the 'video debacle' on this :)

Fid

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (July 20, 2008) : 

Such integrity and reliability of what does not exist with the rather necessary authenticity and reliablility in the United States with pharmaceutical corporations continues to be corrupted, and my government does not prevent these acts they are aware of due to the collusive relationship they have with such industries. Making others aware is our only avenue to address these issues, which I do wth half-assed writing.

 

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