Those of you that read blogs around the web will likely have seen these...
- Amazing video of a guy walking around after the storm. Amazing how much stuff just go blown into the street. He starts by saying "I'll just let the video speak for itself". He's right. And how are there still trees standing!?
- Ernie the Attorney was in New Orleans when it hit. But he also got a riveting summary of a doctor's experience. [Thanks Scoble].
- NYTimes photo series (registration may be required). These are all stunning pictures in a nice large format for easy viewing.
- Fickr's katrina cluster. It looks like enough pictures have been uploaded to Flickr that its automatic clustering algorithm is starting to grab pictures from the New Orleans/Mississippi part of Katrina's wake (it used to be only the Florida bit). This series of photos will be dynamic -- what you see on one day will be very different from the next. As more uploads occur in flickr you can see other groupings here.
- Satellite Image of Katrina just before she hit [digg]. And time-lapse for those of you with quicktime.
The standard news web sites also have lots of video up. Often the talking heads get in the way of really getting a grasp of what happened. I'm not sure why they feel like they can explain what happened better than the pictures. The sheer scale makes it almost impossible to explain verbally. Talking heads are good for explaining how the price of oil will or won't be affected and that dubya isn't on vacation any longer. But what can they really add to a picture of a flattened house (they try: "Wow, there is nothing there!")?