Tuesday, January 10, 2006

Medical innovation in Canada

Via Protagoras, it seems that Canadian medical researchers are discovering inexpensive and novel treatments for medical problems. Remember, though, that they are trained professionals. Don't try this at home.

7 comments:

Julian Elson said...

I think that a great literary/computer game example of the Huck viewpoint -- one that has the courage to follow that view to its sometimes tragic conclusions -- is Planescape: Torment. Have you played it?

Julian Elson said...

Err... that was supposed to be in the post below. The one on Arpaly and Huck and Left Behind.

Neil Sinhababu said...

I haven't, Julian. Incidentally, the name sounds a lot like a Magic expansion from some time ago, but it doesn't seem like there's any sort of tie-in.

Julian Elson said...

So, are you just going to tease me and allude to this Magic expansion without a link or explanation or anything of how it ties into the Huck Finn problem?

Neil Sinhababu said...

Actually, two magic expansions: Planeshift and Torment. They're a while after I left the game, and during a period when I wasn't paying any attention. I do know that Torment had lots of good black, though.

Blar said...

Magic the Gathering? Man, I thought you were cool.

Neil Sinhababu said...

Blar, whatever could've made you think that?