The Daily Demarche
Thursday, September 08, 2005
More Katrina- the view from a local.
My apologies for no original content today- I've been working inside of Blogger on the guts of this site- something I try to do as rarely as possible as I am not really a techie. I enjoy technology, but am not terribly interested in how it works.

In lieu of any drivel I might be able to produce today I reccomend feasting your eyes on this photo essay of New Orleans. All of the photos were taken and captioned (and there are almost 200 of them) by a resident of the Big Easy with a good eye. These pictures and comments are an excellent counterpoint to the media frenzy, I have been reccomending this montage to my diplomatic colleagues all day.

And if you have not alreay done so, please take a look at "Tribes" at Eject! Eject! Eject!, sure to become a blogosphere classic.

More original content soon.

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