This site will stick to Fukushima and its fallout for now, barring another quantum leap in violence. A lot of people are rightfully concerned about contamination reaching our shores, and I can shed more light on that than in playing REMF.
Is keeping up with the Libyan situation your priority today? I always recommend getting serious news via trustworthy citizen, not solely through the “news” networks themselves.
I’d never thought about this before. If I had to pick one word to best describe the great citizen reporters/commentators?
Started to say that they “filter”, but that’s asinine. Of course they filter. All of us filter most everything in our lives. Timothy Leary on the biggest LSD bender of all time still ignored more things than he was “tuned” in to.
Good commentators filter in the sense that we all do. Their time, energy, and perceptions are limited. Meaning you can only be certain of seeing things that interest them.
Find a citizen reporter/commentator who “clicks” for you, and you’ve a personal news analyst team. And by that, I don’t mean they analyze news (though all do). They analyze “news”. Is it? Is it news? Or propaganda? Factually clean or error-riddled?
So much for the big windup. Are you following the Libyan situation? Here’s folks I trust to tag my military news.
stacy and smitty. Stacy won’t focus exclusively on Libya, and smitty sometimes has other things on his plate, over in Afganistan. But very good. (And I must link geekbait: Obama = Elric?)
May throw up more if anyone wants. Hey wait! You guys tell me your best and most trustworthy milblogs, I’ll put up a link post.
Now it’s time to play REMF:
Radiological Emergency Management Faultfinder.