Saturday, September 17, 2005

A small change to the blog - I put a link up for the website of an ex-professor of mine. The NYTimes sent him to New Orleans a while ago and, as usual, he took incredibly moving photos. I recommend surfing the whole site. He has no equals.
Mike is taking a much needed break from computerdom. He will surely be back with a bang shortly.
I hope to be putting some pictures of Waveland I took today up soon. There have been technical difficulties though.
For now, enjoy Laforet's superior work.

23 Comments:

Blogger Cathy said...

wow; that link was amazing; one of the most moving things I have seen related to the hurricane yet.
thanks for posting it, and hope you are doing well. starting to slowly return to any sense of "normal"?
Cathy

3:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Those phots are just amazing. Thanks for the link.

Hang in there.

4:01 PM  
Blogger Shannon [hates the dreaded RebeccasaurusRex] said...

is it getting any better? gosh i feel so bad.

4:16 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I live in Long Beach, MS.

My house is fine. A sort of "survivor's guilt" has made feel kind of bad, because I still have a home. Isn't that just crazy? I'm lucky. I have nothing to complain about.

But like many (well, most) of the Coast residents, my heart is just broken that we who survived the storm have otherwise lost so much-- culturally, financially, and in so many other ways.

Thanks for the site. And the insight.

4:53 PM  
Blogger missbhavens said...

Thanks so much for adding that link. The photo montage was deeply moving, and I'm glad you continue to report things firsthand and take telling photographs yourself. Eye-Opening.

10:25 PM  
Blogger David said...

I am awed that you keep the material commentary on Katrina so real and continuing. I am so far away and desolate that we can't do more than send money. We were supposed to get 1000 displaced survivors here in Oregon, but the gummint said 'yes no yes no yes no'....and the people who arrived here were brought by a fundamentalist church.

I've decided that I can creat an archive- maybe. Of other people's commentary.

so.... http://femascrewedup.blogspot.com

Your words. My archive.

thanks for your persistence and courage.

David

11:20 PM  
Blogger Chuck Dawson said...

Hey man, I think you have a great log here, man!

5:09 AM  
Blogger Lo said...

Your work is great and I love your blog. Your commentary is hilarious and moving. I look forward to new posts & pics everyday. Thanks so much for letting the people so far away getting a slight glimpse of what you guys are going through.

12:24 PM  
Blogger Becky said...

I love this blog...I follow it daily..

Check out my Hurricane Katrina blog at http://www.bgsigns.blogspot.com

I just put in a journal and photos from yesterdays trip to Bay St. Louis and Waveland....So emotionally overwhelming!!!

Keep up the great blog Mr. Norman!

4:00 PM  
Blogger Wendy said...

Thanks so much for sharing this slide show. It definitely gives me a better idea of magnitude of the damage... appreciate it even more. Horrible what Mother Nature can dish out when she wants to.

4:25 PM  
Blogger AuntieCoosa said...

Yours is a work of "heart" and I have referred your blog to fifteen friends who will, I'm sure, pass the blog-link on to others.

You're doing a very good job of reporting; please continue providing photos. It's good to read and see information that's not tainted by the talking heads and the main-stream-media.

6:16 PM  
Blogger Mike Campbell said...

Please consider a link to http://www.lookingforlucille.blogspot.com I am trying to get the word out on a Three Step Plan For Locating Missing Patients.

9:01 PM  
Blogger Claudia said...

I live far off in Texas, but my deepest and heartfelt sympathies are with everyone affected by hurricane Katerina in any way. My heart breaks as I see or hear of the damaging effects she has left behind. I can not imagine having to re-adjust to so many changes at one time like many have, due to this disaster. May brighter days be instored for you all soon to enjoy.

9:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I need feedback on this blog so please help me out!! I've really been enjoying yours btw :P

Touch of Gris

11:17 PM  
Blogger greatlove said...

Had friends from Florida.. Thanks they are safe. But watching New Orleans Oh MY!! .. thanks this blog really helps.. links and such.
Thank you for the effort posting photos. Good Work!

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Anonymous Cath said...

Thank you for the telling us about your prof's site -- a very moving slide show. But I appreciate your pictures also. Please keep it up. Your the best source of news I have from MS.

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