(Personally tested and recommended by the author of this web. Some links might lead to other websites.)
The city of Decatur must wait another year for the widening Beltline Road southwest project, after three years of promises. The procrastination is to be blamed. I wouldn't be surprised if bureaucracy played more prominent role in the problem.
Alameda Times Star writer Kari Hulac writes about procrastinating with an emergency kit preparation. It seems everybody is leaving that up until something happens. (The site has a stupid pop-up ad, be warned.)
Speaking about current disasters, we support the efforts of the Bilbo family and their web on Restoring New Orleans, especially through our other web projects.
For the second time in a short time span, this web was completely rebuilt. First time, it was just redesign, second time (today) it was converted from plain html to dynamic web, being powered by a powerful content management system.
Sadly, the content is still old and not that interesting. That's where the point of the new redesign and CMS implementation lies: while it was a horrible job to add or change content previously, with the new technology it will be more of a fun and rather easy. The old content is included mostly for the continuity to be preserved, while adding the new, the old will be continually rewritten, restructured, etc.
I will start the first entry into the new blog by pointing out that there was an old blog in the past, not sure if there was something worthy in it, probably not, after all it was just a news commentary, similar to what this blog will be. Nonetheless, to preserve the continuity, here is the link to those old posts.