Katrina comes ashore

August 29, 2005 | News | By: Mark VandeWettering

As I awaken, news reports are coming in from Lousiana and Mississippi regarding hurricaine Katrina. It doesn’t sound too good. They lowered the storm swell expectation in New Orleans from 28 feet to 15, but it still sounds dangerous. Winds have been clocked at 135 mph. I hope that everyone (including any Brainwagon readers) are sheltering in safe locations.

Update: Boing Boing has this link to the New Orleans metblog.

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Comment from Mike
Time 8/29/2005 at 9:44 am

I never miss your podcasts. I enjoy the free and easy style, and the cool fact that you do it on your PDA!

Editor’s note: Thanks Mike! That’s really mighty nice of you. Glad that you enjoy them.

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