We're handing off the news baton on the Tsunami Disaster. We're not really set up to be a news blog, and others are now up and running and doing it better.
We will continue to post about the crisis, but in a more in-depth, analytical and (we hope) original way. That's what we're good at.
Thanks to everyone who sent links and suggestions.
If you're looking for the latest news and information on how to help, no one is currently doing a better job than the Wikipedia community: check out their 2004 Indian Ocean Earthquake page. It's a testament to the power of collaborative content.
You can also check out TsunamiHelp for great information on how to help (full disclosure: Worldchangers Dina Mehta and Rohit Gupta are part of that team).
And, of course, we'll continue to bring you tools, models and ideas for responding to this disaster and preventing the next.
Someone has compiled a pingboard for Malaysian bloggers online as well.