11/01/12 494 W - + 2 - 3 Meanwhile...

With a calamity of catastrophic proportions to the north affecting the nation and its responders, we don't have much to add to the national conversation or local reactions. Here are a few sites and stories that we've been reading. (We being me.) There's a world of better reporting and perspectives about Hurricane Sandy than you'll find here...

Just a handful of sites and stories to mention. Maybe readers have additional input. What were some of the sites or stories that you found useful, compelling, or moving? Or, if you prefer, discuss your online experience during the storm. What did you observe or conclude, about the Internet and social media and channels of information about both (a.) the storm and (b.) responder activities therein?

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