Matt Springer has been giving presentations around San Francisco about home earthquake preparedness since 2008 (for more information about the presentation, go to his earthquake preparedness website). This blog is devoted to posts ranging from technical "how-to" articles to more philosophical "should-you" topics. New articles will be posted at most about once a month, so people who subscribe won't be subjected to lots of e-mail.

Friday, December 2, 2011

My earthquake preparedness website is moving!

I really do plan on doing a new real post soon, but I want to send a quick note to people who follow this blog that my companion earthquake preparedness website, which contains information like the schedule of presentations and streaming video of an older presentation, is moving to a new URL.  Apple's web hosting service is closing down in June 2012, and the old site will go away.  I have already reconstituted it at:

http://earthquake.matthewlspringer.com

...and I recommend it as an additional set of informational resources.

Coming soon, one of the most common questions that I get asked: just where are you supposed to keep your emergency kit?

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