Gulf Coast Hurricane Tracker

A single source reference on tropical weather predictions. With a traditional focus on the upper Texas and Louisiana Gulf Coast we've maintained links to track all Atlantic Basin, Caribbean and eastern Pacific storm systems. We are now expanding our view to tropical storms throughout the world intending to be a comprehensive global storm tracking resource.

Sunday, February 18, 2007

Science Today - Come See

I have just modified my other blog Science Today. It now OK enough to "Go Live" so to speak. The science news aggregators will be the primary source and they are updated continuously, automatically. I hope to continually add content as time allows.

Come by and leave me a comment or two on what you think. I intend to add Haloscan and set this blog up on TTLB and Open Trackback alliance to promote this blog in full force. In the meantime, I'll leave a post or two here on new updates.

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