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Introducing Tsunami-Info.org

Hi everyone…. My tsunami info website now has its own domain name: Tsunami-Info.org.

The site aggregates news feeds and blogs from a variety of sources around the world, and offers machine-generated translations in more than half a dozen languages. Some of the feeds captured in the digest include Yahoo!/Reuters tsunami coverage, the BBC, South-East Asia and Tsunami Blog (SEA EAT), Crossroads Dispatches and Emergency Action Blog. The most poignant feed comes from SEA EAT's Flickr feed: a stream of photos and descriptions of people still missing from the tsunami. It sends chills up my spine every time I see them.If you'd like to see any more feeds added, please let me know…. -andy

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  • I’m looking for articles with real personal stories from people that were affected by the Tsunami in Asia. Any suggestions?

  • […] en Quellen, darunter auch Flickr, so dass man hier auch Bilder von Vermißten findet. [via Global Voices] ZDFs Tsunami-Blog. The South-East Asia Earthquake and Tsunami Blog Umfang […]

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