March 7th, 2009
|05:02 am - Things what I have been Twittering about today|
Things I want to inform Teh Interwebz about when I can't actually access Teh Interwebz. As one does.
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I live in California. We have earthquakes here; often enough to keep us on our toes, but not so often that we get used to them. Hopefully things will settle down for you soon.
It's just a bit weird. We don't have earthquakes - well, noticeably big ones - here like ever.
gives lots of information. It's one of my favorite sites these days. :)
I wish it gave dates for the other quakes it lists as being in the same area over time. There are a scattering of small ones around the area, but I can't tell if that's over 50 years or 6 months.
Hope you don't get too many aftershocks!
I had actually seen that specific link before.
I haven't noticed any aftershocks thus far. Maybe they're just too small.
Sorry - it was a US site so I wasn't sure. It doesn't look like it shows any aftershocks, though they could just be small. Anything below a 3 you're not likely to notice.
Well, the Australian site seemed to have crashed last night.
Too much traffic? That's usually how it goes- the site you need goes down when you need it.