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Blog 1: Disaster Preparedness Blog

I found the blog Every Life Secure (everylifesecure.com) which is a blog for preparedness during times of disaster. I found this blog very interesting because it covers many different types of disasters, including tips for shopping for survival supplies to tips of when to evacuate. the blog offers other sites that can offer more help such as helpful mobile alerts, where to get emergency kits, and even personal stories and techniques for survival. Every Life Secure also offers comparisons of different survival kits and survival equipment. Another interesting thing I found in the blog was that there is instructions on how to prepare for different types of disasters. They even offer instructions for different places, such as “prepare at school”, “prepare on the go”, or even “prepare for terrorist attacks.” It seems that Every Life Secure really does strive to provide safety for any type of disaster. Lastly, just a side note I thought was really interesting was one particular post about the dangers of earthquakes depending on region. I have taken a geology class here at MU but I didn’t realize that southern Missouri is in one of the highest danger zones in the country. Looks like I will have to bookmark this site just to be safe!

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  1. August 31, 2011 at 5:00 pm

    Yes it really is time for everyone to consider preparedness, it unfortunately seems to be the case theses day more and more disaster events. A simple plan and kit can go a long way to being prepared

  2. September 5, 2011 at 11:30 am

    Hey you got a comment from someone out on the Internet. Good job.

    Good post overall and good discussion of the site you found. For future blog posts you should consider breaking up your text more so that it is easier to read and possibly adding some images to dress the post up. Also, your links should be dynamic, so that if I click on one of your links I’m taken directly to the page you are citing.

    Additionally, you need to add tags to your post. And you have the blog assignment category listed (“Blog 1”), which is good, but you also need the class category (“crisis communication”).

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