...after the scary events in London today. Please e-mail me when you have a chance. (For others, there are more details on the location of the attacks and the casualties here. The BBC Reporters' Log is also informative.)
I'm opening comments, too, since other philosophers are no doubt worrying about their friends in London right now and would be grateful, as would I, to hear from those in London.
UPDATE (9:30 am EST): Jonathan Wolff (UCL) reports that he and the family are all fine. Another UCL philosopher, Mark Kalderon, writes: "as far as I know, everyone at UCL is safe. London is pretty quiet now, though it is hard to move around in some places. UCL, given its proximity to the Russell Square and Tavickstock Square blasts, and its proximity to UCH where some of the victims are being treated, is hard to reach because of the police cordons. There are no reliable numbers about casualties."
9:35 am EST: Jose Zalabardo at UCL and his family are also fine, though Jose reports that "3 of the 7 bombs were on my route to work." He was running late today. Pretty scary.
9:55 am EST: John Gardner and spouse, as well as Joseph Raz, all of whom live in London, report that they are safe.
10:55 am EST: Our part-time law colleague here in Austin, Sir Basil Markesinis, who teaches the rest of the year at UCL, reports that he and the family were all in London (some in the vicinity of the attacks), but that everyone is safe. I should add that while my impression is that there are fewer London-based law readers, I invite you as well to post pertinent information that might be of interest to readers of the blog.
UPDATE (July 8, 8:42 EST): More official news from UCL Provost Grant: no reports of UCL students or staff injured in the attacks.