nherizu: (Len with glasses)

I should have posted these links yesterday, but meh >.>

Well. If anyone interested in knowing about Japanese mangaka/Seiyuu/Artist safety, here are the links:

Complete Mangaka: http://tiny.cc/n2m9c

Seiyuu/Mangaka/Artist: http://tiny.cc/gebdh

Help them to update the sheets :3
nherizu: (HRE - Gives flowers)
On Friday afternoon in Japan, an earthquake hit a few miles from the eastern coast. Initial reports ranked this as a 8.8, but this morning it has been updated to a 9.0. This is a post to gather information and to reblog, so people know where to find the information they need.


FINDING INFORMATION

The most up-to-date place to find information about the tsunami and conditions in various countries is Twitter. I found out about the earthquake and tsunami warnings about 20 minutes before it was on the Hawaiian news through the feed there. Below are links to specific feeds, but you can easily alter the search to find out about places you want to find information about.

Tsunami

Earthquake

Japan

Philippines



CNN has an online live stream of their coverage here.

Al Jazeera English has a live stream of their coverage here.

Google has set up a crisis response page, complete with emergency numbers and a people finder for Japan.

A list of tsunami landing times for various countries can be found here.


GIVING HELP

The Red Cross is accepting donation via text message.

CANADA: Text ‘REDCROSS’ to 30333 for a $5 donation.

USA: Text ‘REDCROSS’ to 90999 for a $10 donation.

UK: Text ‘REDCROSS’ to 70600 for a £5 donation.


All donations will appear on your NEXT cell phone bill. It’s less than the price of a movie.

Details on other donation methods:

CANADA: http://www.redcross.ca/article.asp?id=38380&

USA: http://newsroom.redcross.org/


Global Giving has set up a relief fund here.



If you have any other resources that need sharing, please comment on the Livejournal equivalent of this post or Ask here on Tumblr.

Please Reblog and Spread the Information.



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Additional

Info, News, Links and Comments Post: re: Japan Earthquake


ETA: This blog post says the Red Cross is not the best, it provides alternatives if you want to donate, though of course in the end, you should donate to a charity you believe in. This is just an additional info, thanks.
nherizu: (HRE - Gives flowers)
On Friday afternoon in Japan, an earthquake hit a few miles from the eastern coast. Initial reports ranked this as a 8.8, but this morning it has been updated to a 9.0. This is a post to gather information and to reblog, so people know where to find the information they need.


FINDING INFORMATION

The most up-to-date place to find information about the tsunami and conditions in various countries is Twitter. I found out about the earthquake and tsunami warnings about 20 minutes before it was on the Hawaiian news through the feed there. Below are links to specific feeds, but you can easily alter the search to find out about places you want to find information about.

Tsunami

Earthquake

Japan

Philippines



CNN has an online live stream of their coverage here.

Al Jazeera English has a live stream of their coverage here.

Google has set up a crisis response page, complete with emergency numbers and a people finder for Japan.

A list of tsunami landing times for various countries can be found here.


GIVING HELP

The Red Cross is accepting donation via text message.

CANADA: Text ‘REDCROSS’ to 30333 for a $5 donation.

USA: Text ‘REDCROSS’ to 90999 for a $10 donation.

UK: Text ‘REDCROSS’ to 70600 for a £5 donation.


All donations will appear on your NEXT cell phone bill. It’s less than the price of a movie.

Details on other donation methods:

CANADA: http://www.redcross.ca/article.asp?id=38380&

USA: http://newsroom.redcross.org/


Global Giving has set up a relief fund here.



If you have any other resources that need sharing, please comment on the Livejournal equivalent of this post or Ask here on Tumblr.

Please Reblog and Spread the Information.



----


Additional

Info, News, Links and Comments Post: re: Japan Earthquake


ETA: This blog post says the Red Cross is not the best, it provides alternatives if you want to donate, though of course in the end, you should donate to a charity you believe in. This is just an additional info, thanks.

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