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» Katrina: media evacuates, there is no grid, damage map? from Boing Boing
In New Orleans, the Times-Picayune and WWL TV, two local news organizations who've held out longest, are evacuating. The Times-Picayune is evacuating it's New Orleans building. Water continues to rise around our building, as it is throughout the region... [Read More]

» Katrina: media evacuates, there is no grid, damage map? from Boing Boing
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» Governor: More deaths likely from Unpartisan.com Political News and Blog Aggregator
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» Katrina's aftermath from I Love Everything
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» What is in the future for New Orleans? from The Left Coaster
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» New Oreleans levee break pics from Majikthise
These gave me some idea of Katrina's destructive power: A variety of before and after illustrations of New Orleans levees and their hurricane-induced absence, courtesy of Kathryn Cramer, Flickr citizen journalist Matt Harris, and many others. Hat tip t... [Read More]

» Hurricane Katrina's Aftermath from How Now, Brownpau?
Check out the National Doppler Radar Loop and the Geostationary Satellite Northwest Atlantic Visible Loop to watch the remnants of Hurricane Katrina heading north, now... [Read More]

» Using Google Earth to process Katrina flood damage data from Boing Boing
BB reader Shawn is among several who've written in to suggest that Google Earth could be used to collaboratively analyze aerial image data for Katrina damage zones, and map out which areas have been flooded, how badly. Part of the idea here is to help... [Read More]

» Hurricane Katrina: The Aftermath from The Map Room
Watch Hurricane Katrina's path via satellite imagery or radar; both are NOAA pages and both require Java. Via Paulo. Kathryn Cramer has been collecting aerial images of New Orleans in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, along with some screenshots from... [Read More]

» Props for Kathryn Cramer from The Betamax Guillotine
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» El paso de Katrina por Nueva Orleans from Caspa.tv
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» カトリーナの爪痕 その2 from earthhopper
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» http://www.opinionatedgeek.com:80/Blog/Blog.aspx?blogentry=00127 from Geoff's Blog
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» Google Earth Overlays and Katrina from ctype(yourBrain, myBrain)
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» Weather porn v. weather journalism from The Lex Files
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» Google Earth Overlays and Katrina from ctype(yourBrain, myBrain)
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» More “Before and Aftere” from PoliBlog: Politics is the Master Science
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» New Orleans Levee Breaches from broadbandpig.com
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» New Orleans Levee Breaches from broadbandpig.com
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» Regarding Katrina from Forward Retreat
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» Regarding Katrina from Forward Retreat
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» What Gave from Nonliteral
SF Writer Kathryn Cramer has put together a great collection of before-and-after imagery from Google Maps and other sources to try to make sense of (and make clearer) just where some of the critical levee breaks occured. Although there’s stil... [Read More]

» Katrina's victims from that canadian girl
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» Kathryn Cramer blogs Hurricane Katrina from RichardByrom.com
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» New Orleans Levee Break(s) Before and After from Katrina Coverage
This 8/30 post has several pictures and maps showing the breaks. She also has a category with several other posts. (nofollowpolicy in effect). ... [Read More]

» Weather porn v. weather journalism from The Lex Files
In recent years, the term "weather porn" has been coined to describe the, uh, orgy of overcoverage often devoted to weather events. Lotsa heat, not so much light, to coin a phrase. Even allowing for the fact that Hurricane Katrina... [Read More]

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