A short break

All is well here in this particular part of Japan. Thanks for the positive notes.

For obvious reasons I’m going to take a hiatus for a few days. I’ll see if I can resume my daily schedule next week, and perhaps have something to add.

If you need information in English about events here, I would first suggest the BBC’s live World Service stream, which lately has been focused on Japan. A pls file with the address of the Vermont Public Radio rebroadcast is here.

Beyond that I would suggest Google’s crisis response effort as a focus for more information. Cheers and see you in a few days.

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9 Responses to “A short break”


  1. 1 Hippytaff 2011/03/12 at 8:53 AM

    Glad you’re ok…look forward to your return :-)

  2. 2 ancientforest 2011/03/12 at 1:45 PM

    Best wishes to you and those you know.

  3. 3 fromAfar 2011/03/12 at 5:03 PM

    I was holding my breath, hoping that all was well with you. Take all the time that you need and take care.

  4. 4 Peter 2011/03/12 at 7:38 PM

    Thanks for posting, I hope things are not too chaotic.

  5. 5 kgas 2011/03/12 at 10:41 PM

    ok. we pray for the strength and will to return normalcy there. Take care.

  6. 6 dad6913 2011/03/13 at 5:41 PM

    Glad you are ok. Our hopes and prayers are with you and your entire country. I could not even imagine the the horror you all have been through. Hang in there and best wishes.

  7. 7 Algol 2011/03/13 at 11:23 PM

    Take care & godspeed.

  8. 8 Gemon 2011/03/14 at 1:43 AM

    my heart is with you and all your Japanese people. Hold on!

  9. 9 Gutterslob 2011/03/15 at 10:59 PM

    Good to know you’re safe and sound, K.Mandla
    Totally slipped my mind that you were based in Japan, possibly due to your “better-than-Japanese-average” command of English.

    Been making non-stop calls, confirming the safety of my friends/acquaintances. Most are in Tokyo and appear unhurt, but I haven’t been able to reach a few, which is sort of worrying. Just hoping they’re just too busy to reply my messages.

    I realize everyone is still quite nervous, with the threat of aftershocks and problems with the nuclear power plants.

    My thoughts and prayers go out to everyone in Japan.

    Stay safe,
    Slob (Litho)


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