BBC World Airs Info about this blog today on NPR
Today morning BBC World (http://www.theworld.org/) tech news correspondent called me up to interview about the bloggers contribution to Tsunami relief. Excerpts will be aired today on 'The World' program of NPR (National Public Radio http://www.kera.org/radio/default.lasso). The aired times are 2:00PM and 9:00PM Central times on 29th December 2004. You can listen to the radio online.
It happened, Bloggers voices are over the National Public Radio.
Rohit Gupta of http://www.worldchanging.com/rohit_bio.html
Dina Mehta of http://radio.weblogs.com/0121664/
and contributor Me http://www.ramdhanyk.com/, interviews are broadcasted on National Public Radio.
You can listen to rebroadcast at 9:00PM Central, 10:00PM Eastern, 7:00PM California Time on 29th Dec 2004 and 8:30 AM Indian Standard time on 30th Dec 2004, using this link.
Via: http://www.theworld.org/ Internet journals -- or weblogs -- have become popular outlets for internet-users....and they've often been a place of refuge for people in times of crisis. The World's Clark Boyd reports on how survivors of Asia's tsunamis are using weblogs to help deal with the aftermath of the disaster.
Here is the link to the audio transcript: http://www.theworld.org/content/12293.wma
Over here in Dallas, I have been coordinating in spreading the awareness about the blog basically through Desi radio www.radiosuno.com and other local TV channels and they have been airing the blog name. Hopefully this helps to gather more resources to reachout to the victims.