Some of you might be curious or concerned what's going on after the huge earthquake in Japan.
If you're worried about someone, Google People Finder Japan is helping people track down the missing ones they love: if you're worried about someone, you can post a note, and people who have been disconnected from the people they love can leave a note there saying they're OK.
Here in Korea, we're OK. Japan's mainland blocked us from the tsunami, and even if it didn't, Seoul, where I live, is far, far from the east coast, where such a tsunami would hit.
BBC's coverage has been awesome so far. Go here for to the second updates on the feed, and video as they have it.
You can also follow http://twitter.com/BBCBreaking, BBC's breaking news twitter feed.
This website includes updates, along with info about shelters.
And if you live in Japan, don't forget to leave a note on your Facebook wall, and send a note to the people closest to you, so that they know you're OK.
This is the video clip that blew my mind: look how fast the water sweeps across the farmland.
And in about an hour, the tsunami reaches Hawaii.
Prayers, if you pray, are in order. And hope that Hawaii's building codes and engineering hold up as admirably as Japan's have.
When I went to the Maldives with Wifeoseyo for our honeymoon, our tourguide in Male (the capital of the maldives), told us that a handful of islands vanished completely because of the 2007 tsunami in the Indian Ocean. I hope the folks in the South Pacific and Hawaii are OK.