blogger Jon Udell made a creative use of digitial technology, including google maps, screencasting, and video to create this tape of the Keene flood. Its important to note that this was the most comprehensive coverage of the Keene flood posted on any website...at least as of Sunday:
On a positive note, let's hope that local media begins to see local bloggers and others as an important source of information while we're in the throws of emergencies. Apparently, WKBK radio (AM) did do a commendable job of opening up their phone lines to collect stories. Many people online, though, can also contribute in a unique way...Local media can serve as a "conduit" of information that goes beyond the limitations of the number of available reporters and so on.
As Jon Udell put it in his mediacast, we should be grateful that this was not nearly as bad as the New Orleans flood...but it was certainly one we won't forget.