Living in Florida there's always some small things you should keep around just in case a hurricane does show up. Usually though you have some warning, at least a day or so, before any storm hits but that doesn't mean you should assume everything you need will be available.
A good flashlight, something useful inside and out, and several candles help. You don't realize how dark it gets when you have lamps you can flip on and off but light is never a bad idea. I almost always have some canned food in my cabinet but that and water would be my first purchase on any preparedness trip. My mom owns a battery powered radio/TV but I'm thinking of eventually getting a crank powered one. Information is incredibly important for the 48-72 hours you could be without help. So know when help is available, and where it is available, is super vital.
Brad and the team he's on have been playing in a game industry tournament and I believe those have been streamed in the chat. It's someone else commentating so it isn't like Daily Dota, but it's been fun to watch.
Even as I've been playing Dota I think I'd still like to watch a Dota learning stream or two. So much of Dota isn't explained or spelled out, so having some of the 'meta' talked about would really help.
@president_barackbar: I think the conversation can happen, I just think it begins to happen and someone hijacks the issue. I do resuppose that there is a group of people on the internet who don't care to, or want to, have a deeper conversation. It's why you see people saying "I don't want to be called a 'gamer' anymore", the user base can be so toxic that it's frightening developers and players away.