Great reading: History of SF Earthquake

June 2, 2006 at 1:11 pm Leave a comment

I had a post on my old blog that linked to the Wells Fargo Guided by History, which is a tribute (in blog form, with many contributors) to the 100 year anniversary of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake.  I just revisited the blog today.  There is a lot of great new stuff, posted in the last two weeks, on this blog that is worth reading.  Links for help and guidance not just for earthquake preparation, but hurricane and fire zone safety as well.  Some of the stories and articles are HAWESOME! (to use a Wil Wheaton-ism).  It’s a great site to bookmark and go back to when you have some reading time.  I really appreciated this story which demonstrates how Jane Po (curator of the museum Wells Fargo set up in San Francisco) answered her own question:  “How am I going to make this exhibit interesting, it is a topic so many people think they already know and find boring?”


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