lameda experienced a small earthquake earlier this evening. Sarah andI were in the kitchen after dinner (I was doing the dishes, she wassupervising), when it hit. Sarah said that she felt the house move andheard the rumble of the ground. I didn't feel or hear a thing(probably because I was busy running my mouth at the time). Less thanten minutes after the earthquake, however, USGS had information on the quakeup on their Earthquake Hazards website. We knew that the quake wasa magnitude 3.5 centered 4 miles from Alameda before the radio stations evenbothered to break from their regularly scheduled programming. Thatsort of thing is what makes the Internet great.
Today was my last day at RadioCentral. It was time for me to moveand seek new challenges in different places.