The writers, photographers, and editors of the New Orleans Times-Picayune again had to resort to an electronic issue today, both because they had to flee their building and because there’s no longer anyone in New Orleans to read the paper. Everyone all should be commended on the amazing amount of effort they’re putting into covering (and putting a human face on) what looks, from the safety of Boston, to be an absolutely horrific disaster. I can’t begin to imagine what it feels like to watch one’s home and hometown destroyed, and to know that it will be months before they can even start to think about returning to normal.

(I’ve again put together a single PDF file that has all thirteen pages of today’s Times-Picayune; you can find it in the same place as yesterday’s torrent.)