9 June, 2005

blog the tsunami


A request from Rebecca McKinnion at Global Voices Online:

It has come to Global Voices’
attention that a number of mainstream media outlets are going to be
doing some special reporting looking at the Tsunami and its legacy 6
months on.
Given what a big role the blogosphere played in
the tsunami coverage, it would be great to see the perspective of
bloggers living in tsunami-affected regions.
How did the
tsunami change your life, and that of the people around you? Do you
know about efforts to improve evacuation and early warning systems in
your area? Are people getting the aid they were promised? Are they
getting the help they need? Why or why not??
Please let the world know in your blogs, podcasts, photo feeds, and videoblogs!!
 Please DON’T FORGET to tag your work with “” so that we will know about it!!


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