Yesterday, I suggested that the end is near (in an apocalyptic sense), in light of this software meltdown and massive flooding at UCLA. Today, for the most part, things seemed better, although I learned this evening that we had a bit of a close call:
A 3.0 magnitude earthquake occurred 5.59mi W of Manhattan Beach, California. Details: http://t.co/U1lX7Q2XJt Map: http://t.co/gpXNtshuLC
— LA QuakeBot (@earthquakesLA) July 30, 2014
This seems to have happened right at the beginning of the lunch break -- and the epicenter was far enough away that the impact was minimal at my testing location. But it is still a worrisome sign, especially since those of us in California (unlike most of the country) still have one more day of testing to go.