- Tents in people's front/back-yards. I think that most of these are less because of the house being unsafe and more because it's more peaceful to sleep on the ground than inside a house during aftershocks. Not sure about the caravans
- Mental health posters up everywhere encouraging people to keep active, connect with friends&co, etc. Reminds me of wartime propaganda except, y'know, friendlier
- Fruitcake for morning tea at church provided by a church in Wellington.
- My gas fire is certified safe. Yay not freezing my toes off! (It's turned antarctic out there.)
- Do want: Christchurch company creates quake warning system. This should be publicly funded and installed on every computer everywhere. Don't care about liability (though I like to think they have the sense to build in a bunch of redundancy), I'll sign a waiver; something's better than nothing. Also I'm already thinking about software features, like you could opt in to random earthquake drills.