The South-East Asia Earthquake and Tsunami Blog and Other Resources

Via Xeni Jardin:
The South-East Asia Earthquake and Tsunami Blog is blog devoted to providing news updates and other information about the Tsunami.
Other links and resources:
Another World is Here
Marcus Zillman has put together a list of useful resources.
Wikipedia on the Tsunami
Evelyn Rodriguez’s Close Call and a follow-up.
Lost Remote’s Links
Molly.com
There are many good reasons to buy a copy of FeedDemon, but Nick Bradbury’s donation pladge is another very good one.
The Command Post – How to Help
Via Scoble, another first-hand report from Andrew Sutton.
Jeff Ooi – Lots of good info about ways to help.

Sriram Krishnan’s touching post
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Scoble’s other finds may be found at his linksblog.
Steve Rubel has a number of excellent posts with good links.
The Media Drop has a list of links.
Waypath’s Aggregation of Blog Posts on Tsunami News
Om Malik – also includes links to some of the well-known bloggers who I may not have mentioned in this post.
The Belmont Club on a Pearl Harbor Analogy
From Watermark:
“Tsunami
23,000 dead, and the toll still climbing.
God put out her hand and shook this world like a snow globe.”
What I was I thinking when I made casual references to the “information tsunami” when I spoke about email management topics this year? Those comments seem pretty silly now. I’m still trying to comprehend the notion that this earthquake changed the rotation of the earth, in addition to the devastation it brought. Let’s try to find ways to help.