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Michael Brown, the former FEMA head who was widely blamed for the Bush administration’s slow response to Hurricane Katrina, sees some familiar patterns in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. The same breakdown in coordination between different levels of government that exacerbated the disaster of Katrina also contributed to struggles to respond adequately..
via FEMA Chief Blamed for Katrina Response Says the Same Problems Are Happening in Puerto Rico — TIME
Waymo is working with a number of organizations on a new self-driving education campaign to help answer questions the public has about autonomous vehicles and technology. The program is designed to provide easily accessible info that offers answers to questions including “are self-driving cars safe?” and “how do they know what to do?”
via Waymo teams with MADD, the NSC and more on self-driving education — TechCrunch
Tropical Storm Nate, which has already been blamed for at least 22 deaths in Central America, is on track to hit the U.S. Gulf Coast as a hurricane over the weekend. Nate’s center is expected to move across the Caribbean Sea on Friday and into the Gulf of Mexico Friday night…
via Track the Path of Tropical Storm Nate as It Heads Toward the U.S. Gulf Coast — TIME
The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize on Friday for its “ground-breaking efforts to achieve a treaty-based prohibition of [nuclear] weapons,” the Nobel committee said. ICAN was a vital actor in bringing the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons to the United Nations (UN)…
via How the World is Reacting to ICAN Winning the Nobel Peace Prize — TIME
A tropical storm that has caused at least 22 deaths in Central America is on course to reach the U.S. Gulf Coast as a hurricane over the weekend. Tropical Storm Nate, which had maximum sustained winds of 40 mph (65 kph) by Thursday night, looks likely to strengthen over the northwestern Caribbean today…
via Where Is Tropical Storm Nate Going? Here’s Its Path Toward the U.S. — TIME
Today’s Special Buys at Home Depot includes a number of discounts on LED light bulbs, including the TCP 60W A19 for $1.10 each. For comparison, it sells for around $2.50 most days. Anytime we see an LED bulb around the $1 price point it is notable.
via Green Deals: TCP 60W LED Light Bulbs from $1/ea., more — 9to5Toys
The natural wonders of Yosemite National Park are so striking that it’s possible to forget that a visit to the park can turn deadly. But the rock fall that killed one and injured another on Wednesday is a stark example of how the park claims lives each year.
via 5 Times Yosemite National Park Turned Deadly — TIME