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 Relentless Spread of Humanity|
|Still Ignored by Everyone: #OccupyWallStreet|
|A Race for Rats|
|How the Cruise Ship Costa Concordia Was Set Back Straight|
|“We are undergoing the greatest economic transformation in our history, and we are dealing with it by pretending nothing is happening.”|
|“Impossible Aerospace founder and CEO Spencer Gore hopes to make self-flying electric planes.”|
|“To be a creator, not only a consumer.”|
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|Recycled Vacuum Lamps|
|The (Very Scary) People of Public Transit|
|How to Avoid Jury Duty|
|If Sir David Attenborough Restored Vintage Toys|
|“World’s largest floatplane-only airline [...] to become an electrically powered airline.”|
|“The golden age of YouTube [...] is over.”|
|“An ingenious con to squeeze everyone for more money through recurring subscription fees from multiple streaming services.”|