Alright, tumblr. Nemo is here. Nemo is happening. We’ll be covering the storm and its aftermath on our website, but wanted to see if our readers—yes, you guys!—wanted to be a part of it. So here’s the thing. We’ll be publishing a gallery of your photographs all weekend! The snow. The drifts. The snowmen. Just snap a pic (be safe out there though!) and send it to dailybeastsubmit@gmail.com, and include your name and location. If you have a website or tumblr you’d like us to link to, inclue that as well. Stay warm tumblr!
[top photo: AP]

Alright, tumblr. Nemo is here. Nemo is happening. We’ll be covering the storm and its aftermath on our website, but wanted to see if our readers—yes, you guys!—wanted to be a part of it. So here’s the thing. We’ll be publishing a gallery of your photographs all weekend! The snow. The drifts. The snowmen. Just snap a pic (be safe out there though!) and send it to dailybeastsubmit@gmail.com, and include your name and location. If you have a website or tumblr you’d like us to link to, inclue that as well. Stay warm tumblr!

[top photo: AP]

 3 Apps To Alert You Of Natural Disasters [Android] | MakeUseOf
Volcano eruptions, earthquakes, floods – it seems like mother nature  is striking back. Yet natural disasters are exactly that – natural – and  they have been happening for millions of years. In fact, we owe our  existence to a series of the same. Humans have become largely detached  from nature and disasters are a reminder of how dependent on mother  nature we remain to this day.
This article features three Android  apps that provide alerts for storms, earthquakes, and other natural  disasters. These apps cannot replace professional alert networks, but  they do offer an overview of what is going on in the world and a way to  easily follow the development of a disaster.

 3 Apps To Alert You Of Natural Disasters [Android] | MakeUseOf

Volcano eruptions, earthquakes, floods – it seems like mother nature is striking back. Yet natural disasters are exactly that – natural – and they have been happening for millions of years. In fact, we owe our existence to a series of the same. Humans have become largely detached from nature and disasters are a reminder of how dependent on mother nature we remain to this day.

This article features three Android apps that provide alerts for storms, earthquakes, and other natural disasters. These apps cannot replace professional alert networks, but they do offer an overview of what is going on in the world and a way to easily follow the development of a disaster.