Instant Port-au-Prince

As usual, Lebbeus Woods’ weblog is featuring stunning topics: the sudden rise of informal settlements in Haiti’s capital Port-au-Prince, due to the societal collapse after the earthquake. For example, a golf course instantly turns into a refugee site with hundreds of tents. The same happens in the case of an airport. The original material can be accessed through an interactive map at the New York Times website.
The current floods in Brisbane, Australia, are also being shown in a similar way by aerial photos before and after the disaster at ABC news.