Alright, how many of you did what you were supposed to do in an earthquake?
Us? We went to the half bathroom and tweeted about the earthquake.
2:38 pm: Via Twitter: 911 service in Charlottesville and Alb Co is down if you have an emergency call 977-9041
– Largest earthquake in Virginia since 1897.
– Lake Anna Reactor Ranked 7th most At-Risk for Earthquake Damage
– See the measurement of the earthquake – very cool. (found on Twitter)
– The HooK has updates.
– cvillenews puts this earthquake in historical perspective.
1 – Twitter was BY FAR the best way to learn about the earthquake.
2 – Learning from previous experience, I remembered that texting is a better option than calling.
3 – Thanks, Comcast and Dominion Power and Verizon. I never lost cable, internet, power or cell phone service.
4 – Google Voice was mighty handy for texting as Verizon texts were delayed.
5 – I’ve always known we were due for an earthquake, but hadn’t felt one that big before.
6 – Where were you?
7 – WINA.com is fielding calls.
8 – xcxd has a brilliant Twitter -vs- earthquake comic.
9 – Storify is freaking brilliant for this type of story.
10 – Did you feel the earthquake?