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by Stewart Brand

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In this article Brand discusses his attempts to help with rescue efforts in the 1989 earthquake. He was brutally honest about what happened and summarizes lessons that readers can take forward into another disaster. The lessons are ones that everyone should be aware of. I value this article not only for the lessons it passes on, which I felt made me better prepared to deal with an emergency, but also because it demonstrates the value of reflecting on your actions and taking lessons forward. ( )
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