The Blogons are a cybernetically-enhanced race descended from the Nogolb people from the planet Quoridian. Regarded by The Inspector to be one of his sworn enemies, the Blogons are hated and feared through all the cosmos. They are the oldest and most frequent suspects of the Inspector, and have faced him in all of his aliases. Their catchphrase is “ERADICATE!”
It’s INSPECTOR SPACETIME!!! A time and space traveling Police Inspector in a bright red telephone booth.
i realized last night that the only ladrien fic rec list i’ve seen is @clairelutra‘s short and sweet list a while back. so i’d thought that i, with my own personal ladrien treasure hoard that i lounge around on like a dragon, should probably put one together. please note that these are my personal Big Favourites and i still have tons to read. you’ll find more ladrien fic in the fanfiction tag of this blog
Typhoon Haiyan, known as Typhoon Yolanda in the Philippines, was one of the strongest tropical cyclones ever recorded, which devastated portions of Southeast Asia, particularly the Philippines, on November 8, 2013. It is the deadliest Philippine typhoon on record, killing at least 6,300 people in that country alone.
HOW THE ICT WORKS IN YOLANDA PEOPLE FINDER?
There is a growing list of initiatives online that aim to help those looking for information on persons affected by the typhoon. The two most prominent lists are the following:
1) Google Person Finder
An initiative of Google, the list allows relatives and friends to input names of people they are looking for or post information about themselves or people they know for others to find.
If you are looking for somebody, click “I am looking for someone” and input the name and pertinent details of the person you are looking for. If there is a match with anybody in the list, the system will list matching names.
If you have information on a person who might be in the list, click “I have information about someone” and follow instructions in the form that pops-up.
2) #TracingPH Platform (Philippine National Red Cross)
The Philippine Red Cross (PRC) has deployed assessment and rescue teams to the areas affected by recent typhoon Yolanda to evaluate the damage and to support rescue efforts.
Welfare Desks and tracing services are established in the affected areas. The form allows families without news of their loved ones in affected areas to contact the PRC Social Services Department.
The database on the Red Cross list is private.
3. Survivors’ list
The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), which sent its IT team to Tacloban City to map the extent of the damage, also came up with the list of survivors below:
4. Official list of casualties
The Official Gazette has posted a list of casualties based on the annex of a report from the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) issued on November 10, 6:00 a.m. The page is updated as official reports are issued.
The spreadsheet below shows casualties listed by the DSWD:
Indeed, ICT has proven it’s importance when it comes in such difficult situations. Thanks to the advanced technology that we have in our present time, for info’s, updates, warnings, hottest trendings are being delivered to us quicker and faster– now if you’re looking for your love ones who’s living somewhere nearby the area where Typhoon Yolanda lashed, you don’t need to go there to check if they are safe and sound. It’s just one tap and one click away from you. Thanks to ICT.
One of the things she and her husband and co-creator, Dan Palladino, did with that freedom was to cast Milo Ventimiglia without even having a part for him. She thought he was “cute” and decided to sign him before someone else did, before ever thinking up the role of Jess.