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This year’s hurricane season might be ‘extremely active,’ federal forecasters warn

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As if the devastation wrought by last year’s Hurricane Sandy wasn’t bad enough, federal forecasters have announced that the coming months will bring “an active or extremely active” hurricane season in the Atlantic.

In a newly issued release, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) today joined a host of independent forecasting outlets that have already released stormy predictions for this year’s hurricane season, which starts in June. A typical season, according to NOAA, entails 12 named storms and six hurricanes — three of which are strong enough to be deemed category 3, 4, or 5 storms. This year, however, they think those numbers will increase: forecasters expect to see between 13 and 20 named storms and between 7…

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Design Inspiration: Eye of the Hurricane

Corporate identity for Dutch entertainment company Eye of the Hurricane.

This design was featured on Monday 25th of February 2013. It’s designed by Rens Dekker, and falls under the category of Letterhead.

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The Aftermath of Hurricane Sandy Documented by Phillip Van

Here is a collection of photography of the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy documented by Phillip Van at Rockaway Beach, Queens. If you would like to see more of Phillip’s work, head over to his website. Hurricane Sandy swept through the Caribbean and up the East Coast of the United States in October 2012. The storm left thousands […]

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I Still Love NY: Sebastian Errazuriz’s Hurricane Sandy relief T-shirt for Grey Area

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New York-based artist and designer Sebastian Errazuriz has created a riff on the iconic and ubiquitous “I Heart NY” design by Milton Glaser in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. Submerging the logo in blue dip-dye on a T-shirt for Grey Area, Errazuriz, whose studio was paralyzed by city power…

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Freehands Soft Shell Ski Gloves: Keep in touch while hitting the slopes and support the Sandy Hurricane relief effort

Freehands Soft Shell Ski Gloves

New for the 2012 winter season, Freehands introduces a waterproof soft shell glove for hitting the slopes. The fully insulated ski and snowboard glove is made of movement-friendly material with a suede thumb, grippy palm and fold back finger tips to assist in mobile device management. On the back…

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New Jersey will let citizens displaced by Hurricane Sandy vote by email or fax

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New Jersey has announced that it will allow registered voters in the state who were displaced by Hurricane Sandy, and first responders assisting in recovery efforts, to vote over the internet by email or fax. New Jersey, along with several other states, already allow military and overseas voters to cast ballots over the internet. Some states offer remote voting options more broadly, including Oregon, which uses mail-in ballots statewide, but remote online voting is rare and controversial in the United States. Still, it’s no doubt a relief to those voters who were evacuated from their homes so close to election day. Registered voters in New Jersey must submit a mail-in ballot application by email or fax to their county clerk, and will…

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New York Times and Wall Street Journal drop paywalls ahead of Hurricane Sandy

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Both the New York Times and Wall Street Journal are suspending their respective paywalls due to Hurricane Sandy. Wall Street Journal Digital Network managing editor Raju Narisetti announced the decision in a tweet posted Sunday afternoon, writing that the site will be “open to all visitors” beginning Monday. Jim Roberts, assistant managing editor at the Times, later announced that his paper will follow suit by allowing free access to storm-related coverage on its website and mobile apps. Times spokesperson Eileen Murphy confirmed the decision in an e-mail to Poynter, explaining that the paywall will be suspended as of Sunday afternoon.

Both papers made similar moves last August, when they removed their paywalls as a “public service”…

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Google’s Android event cancelled due to hurricane

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The Verge has learned that Google’s Android event scheduled for Monday in New York City has been cancelled due to Hurricane Sandy. On Friday New York Governor Andrew Cuomo declared a state of emergency in response to the incoming storm, and Google’s event was set to take place on a waterfront pier, which is now in an evacuation zone. We’ll keep you updated on Google’s plans to reschedule, but in the meantime, grab your jackets and head somewhere dry.

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