Monday, August 29, 2005

Life in South Florida:
(Added later): Glenn Garvin writes what life in South Florida is like for those still without power several days after Katrina struck there:
    Relieved of all the needless distractions of everyday life -- edible food, air that can be breathed without gills, temperatures below 90 degrees -- we can at last ponder some of the sweet metaphysical mysteries of the universe. Like: What unspeakable moron ever declared South Florida habitable by human beings?

Hurricane Resources::
From Al Tompkins at the Poynter, and from the folks at Resourceshelf.
Also, NICAR has compiled lots of resources for hurricane coverage and post-hurricane investigations.
I've been adding lots more links to compilations hurricane blogs and some other hurricane coverage on the other blog.


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