Links on Haiti

The times they are a-changin’.

This post seems to be older than 14 years—a long time on the internet. It might be outdated.

I’ve been collecting some links of things I have been reading related to the Haiti Earthquake. I thought it might be worth passing some of them on, listed roughly in the order that I found and read them:

The Big Picture: Earthquake in Haiti
The Big Picture: Haiti 48 hours later
The Big Picture: Haiti six days later Video: Mile-wide smile

The Big Pictures: Faces of Haiti: “Aid agencies are still ramping up their efforts – the Red Cross alone has deployed what it calls its greatest deployment of emergency responders in its 91-year history.”

IEEE Spectrum: Engineers Race to Restore Communications after Haiti Quake Haitian Aid

USGS Issues Assessment of Aftershock Hazards in Haiti

The Seattle Times: Stunning recovery: Haitian girl pulled from debris

Wikipedia: USNS Comfort (T-AH-20)

The New York Times: Case Stokes Haiti’s Fear for Children, and Itself

Helping Haiti respond to the earthquake
Staying connected in post-earthquake Haiti
New imagery of Port-au-Prince

The Seattle Times: Body of Port Orchard woman found in Haiti

Red Cross Blogs: Help not hinder Haiti

Los Angeles Times:Jet Propulsion Lab working on radar project to map movements in quake-devastated Haiti Ten big ideas from TED: Every eight days, the toll of a Haiti quake

The Seattle PI: American Airlines set to resume Haiti flights Friday

Updated: Here are some other perspectives by some teammates:
A New Normal: Reflections on an Adventure in Haiti

Going To Haiti Again!

Update: A couple more links
Haiti Earthquake Aftermath Montage
The Big Picture: Haiti three weeks later
NGO networks in Haiti cause problems for local ISPs