Meanwhile, videos like the ones below are starting to appear on YouTube.
Looks like Japan's strict building codes are the reason why so many people survived the incident.
While I am grateful for the fact that we live in a day and age where websites like YouTube allow for the quick and free flow of information, it would be awesome if advertising -- particularly the happy, cheerful type -- would spare us during such a crisis.
|The Sayano-Shushenskaya dam accident|
|LARP, the true story|
|Cyberwar guide for Iran elections|
|Baguette Dropped From Bird's Beak Shuts Down The Large Hadron Collider (Really)|
|McWeddings: Get Married at McDonald's|
|“The direction of the cost of storage is less clear and depends on metals prices.”|
|“The era of climate wars has begun.”|
|Facebook, Twitter Users Could Face Insurance Hikes|
|"Waymo is reportedly planning to take the next step towards offering a commercial driverless car service in early December."|
|How to Avoid Jury Duty|
|The (Very Scary) People of Public Transit|
|Naked Preacher Lady [NSFW]|
|Fake Name Generator|
|Boardwalk Empire: Time Lapse Video|
|“We need to make algorithms transparent, regulated, and forgiving of the flawed creatures that converse with them.”|
|“Bias, error, and misuse of Artificial Intelligence technologies.”|
|“Oumuamua may actually be a light sail of extra-terrestrial origin.”|