This page is under construction. At present, it contains only a few links and clips. It will grow substantially as I have time to add to it.
The first time my blogging endeavors appeared on any sort of national radar screen was when I got my first “Instalanche” in February 2003. Additional Instalanches, and other links from prominent bloggers, raised the blog’s profile slowly but steadily through ‘03, ‘04 and the first half of ‘05. Then came my coverage of Hurricane Katrina, which took things to a whole different level, as I was in the New York Times and the Washington Post, on MSNBC, in Spike Lee’s movie, etc.
Because the vast majority of media-coverage links occurred in the time period during or shortly after Katrina, I’ve split this page into three sections: Pre-Katrina, Katrina, and Post-Katrina.
• Albuquerque Journal
• South Bend Tribune
• Instalanches, other links from prominent bloggers
• Etc., etc.
• The New York Times, September 5, 2005
• The Situation with Tucker Carlson, MSNBC, September 7, 2005:
• The Washington Post, October 23, 2005
• Spike Lee’s movie When the Levees Broke, first aired on HBO August 21, 2006: