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A chance meeting with Jennifer Middendorf, the Production Co-ordinator of the University of Canterbury’s CEISMIC programme has led to posts from this blog being preserved for posterity.   She has found 480 posts which are earthquake-related and these have all been converted to PDF format.  This means that in fifty years time, if WordPress has shut down, my posts will still be able to be read as part of a digital archive of material relating to the Canterbury earthquakes of 2010 and 2011.

I’ve signed a Deed of Gift formally giving the University permission to use my content.  At the time of the earthquakes some readers said that what I’d written would be of interest in the future, and this development affirms that.  Jennifer was kind enough to say: “It’s going to be really exciting to have such a rich and interesting start to our Christchurch Bloggers collection, so thank you again for agreeing to let us include it.”  This link takes you to my part of the archive., and I’m mentioned on their blog as well.

“My humble blog will still appear
when I have long, long gone from here.”

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