Posts Tagged ‘earthquake’

Project 365 Week 34

Pretty good week this time around. I like the way 233, 235, 237, 238 came out.

The Great East Coast Earthquake

I didn’t get a chance to post earlier about the earthquake. It was just a tiny earthquake for 15-20 seconds, but still extremely rare for this part of the world. Being 17 floors up the building definitely rocked a little bit. Hard to miss, but it wasn’t violent or anything like that. I was on […]

8.2 Earthquake hits Sumatra (Indonesia)

Just coming down the wire. I’ll update this post as information becomes available. MSNBC was first, followed by FoxNews According to CNN (no article, just breaking news blurb): U.S. agency urges evacuations along coasts of countries on Indian Ocean due to tsunami fears after 8.2 earthquake. Details soon.

Happy New Years!

Here’s to a better 2005. Can’t get much worse than 2004. Spent the night watching Van Helsing and The Full Monty. Van Helsing was rather pathetic. Just about everything you can do wrong in a movie was done in this one. The Full Monty is always a classic. How could you not find that movie […]

$350 Mil in Aid

About freaking time. It’s depressing it took so long. Amazing how bias some of the media has been. $350 is the largest donation so far cash wise, but quite a few nations have cleared the effected countries debt’s away. That means the money those countries would have to pay can now be used for rebuilding. […]

Online Memorials, Fundraising

In the wake of this weeks events, I decided to spend several minutes browsing the home pages of the world’s largest companies, just to see how many made an alteration either as a memorial or to raise funds for disaster relief… I easily hit all the big brands here in the US, odds are I […]

Speaking of doomsday…

Just read this interesting article on CNN regarding the Quake from the other day. “It causes the planet to wobble a little bit, but it’s not going to turn Earth upside down” Now if that doesn’t just send a chill down your spine… nothing will. The power of mother nature is just beyond comprehension. Every […]