Wikinews:Tsunami Help/Tsunami Blog In The Media
Tsunami Help page contents on Wikinews are largely gathered and brought to here via South East Asia Earthquake & Tsunami Blog (SEA-EAT Blog). The blog has received a considerable amount of coverage from mass media and blogs.
Below are a collection of such coverages.
Media Contacts 
For SEA-EAT Blog, please contact any of the following persons:
- Peter Griffin - email@example.com
- Dina Mehta - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Paola Di Maio - email@example.com
For Wikinews, please contact:
Wikimedia Foundation Inc.
PO Box 78350
San Francisco, CA 94107
- The Board of Trustess of the Wikimedia Foundation - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Jimmy Wales (Wikimedia's Founder and chair of the Board) - email@example.com
Blog coverage 
- Command Post
- Dan Gillmor's eJournal
- Google blog
- Google Tsunami Relief
- Joho The Blog
Media Coverage 
- Blogs Provide Raw Details From Scene of the Disaster - John Schwartz, The New York Times, December 28, 2004:
South Asian bloggers created tsunamihelp.blogspot.com to direct people to aid organizations. "I haven't seen this level of people saying, 'You know what? We can do something here. We can connect the pieces,' " said Alex Steffen, who lives in Seattle and edits worldchanging.com. "It's mind-blowing, and it's inspiring."
- Recommended as "useful site" on the BBC News Asian quake - Missing persons page
- Featured in Time Magazine's Reading Room: The Tsunami (a collection of sites with first-person accounts and photos, maps — and how to help), December 28
- SEA-EAT Blog Mobilizes Fast For Tsunami Relief - Mitch Wagner, Internet Week, December 28, 2004:
Three bloggers in Bombay set up tsunamihelp.blogspot.com soon after the waves hit on Sunday, as a clearinghouse for disaster relief. Days later, the blog has 50 contributors and 100,000 visitors, and the organizers are working hard to keep up with growth and demand.
- Pick of the day on December 29 on The Guardian's Newsblog:
SEA-EAT, the South-East Asia Earthquake and Tsunami blog, has fast become the key online clearing site for people to share information and contact details.
- La blogosphère en première ligne - Liberation France on December 29 2004
Immédiatement après le tsunami, les blogs ont multiplé les ressources, les photos et les témoignages en provenance des pays touchés par la catastrophe.
- Bloggers at Frontline of Relief Efforts - Spiegel on December 29, 2004
One of the best sites out there is the South-East Asia Earthquake and Tsunami blog set up by students from New Delhi, a Sri Lankan TV producer and Internet junkies in the region. It offers everything from fascinating tsunami facts to emergency contact numbers to humanitarian relief organizations.
- How you Can Help the Tsunami Victims Rediff.com December 29 2004
....While the government is still slow with publicising details of how people can help those affected by tsunamis that hit south India on Sunday morning, bloggers in India and elsewhere seem to be doing their bit. Some like this one [http:\\tsunamihelp.blogspot.com], are educating potential donors and volunteers on the options before them. Notably, it does not focus on India alone....
- Frantic search switches to cyberspace as old methods fail The Guardian London December 29, 2004, Guardian Features
........Together with Dina Mehta, Peter Griffin, and a small band of other internet enthusiasts in the region, including students from New Delhi and a TV producer in Sri Lanka, Ms Di Maio set up SEA-EAT, the South East Asia Earthquake and Tsunami weblog. Visited by 21,000 people yesterday, it has fast become the key online clearing house for people to share information and contact details....
- Agence France Presse English, December 28,
Ainsi, "http:\\tsunamihelp.blogspot.com, mont� en quelques heures par une trentaine de bloggeurs de la r�gion: Ajay, �tudiant indien de 22 ans, Bala, ing�nieur informatique install� dans le New Jersey, Samit, jeune �crivain de Calcutta. Le site incite les bloggeurs � se porter volontaires pour organiser des mises � jour constantes, relaie les appels � la g�n�rosit� du Premier ministre indien, des ONG.
- Where are you? resonates on Web sites Associated Press Worldstream December 29, 2004
..... Some people turned to blogs to raise money and awareness of the disaster. A group of people in Bombay, India, started a blog, http://tsunamihelp.blogspot.com, to list contact numbers, addresses and links for those interested in helping...."We give them the whole resources, avenues to contribute, volunteer," said Dina Mehta, a 37-year-old consultant.
Survivor search turns to the web] Australianit News, Dec 30 2004
....Others turned to the 'blogosphere', not only for information, but to raise money and awareness.One site, http://tsunamihelp.blogspot.com, posted a spot for messages about the missing, updates on the disaster or emergency contact numbers.... The board, opened by several bloggers from Bombay, India, has contributors from around the south Asian quake zone, including one in Sri Lanka who sends updates via mobile phone, consultant Dina Mehta said.
- Strangers Connect, Form HelpOnline Indian Express December 29, 2004, 386 words,
... relief network. At tsunamihelp.blogspot.com, the scattered relief effort ...
- [Blogger witnessed bodies washed away]Hamilton Spectator (Ontario, Canada), December 29, 2004
'Shell-shocked' Regina native posts tsunami pictures on Internet diary, Tara Perkins ... affected." At http://tsunamihelp. blogspot.com/ Canadians can find ...
- [MAKING DONATIONS] St. Petersburg Times (Florida)December 29, 2004
... Asian media organizations. + tsunamihelp.blogspot.com - News and information about ...
- [Harnessing the Web to deal with disaster] UPI December 29, 2004
... Earthquake and Tsunami (www.tsunamihelp.blogspot.com) information site maintains ...