Have you found any links on your internet travels that might affect the Red Cross? Share them in the comments.*
DAT (Disaster Action Team) calls never come when you’re sitting around twiddling your thumbs.
In this blog I plan to touch on multiple ways in which technology can play an important role. I will try to blog regularly looking at the various topics related to technology and its use in disaster response.
Because of the importance of emergency communications, we are happy to be able to continue the League’s long-standing relationship with the American Red Cross
Stephenie Meyer will publish The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner, a 192-page novella centered on a newborn vampire introduced in the third Twilight novel, Eclipse, in June. The story chronicles the journey of villain Victoria’s newborn vampire army as they prepare to close in on Bella and the Cullens. It will be released at 12:01 a.m. on June 5 in hardcover ($13.99, with $1 from each sale going to the American Red Cross International Response Fund). From June 7 to July 5, fans will be able to read the book for free online at www.breetanner.com, which will also provide a link to the American Red Cross website where they can donate to support relief efforts in Haiti, Chile, and around the globe.
*None of these links is an endorsement by the American Red Cross of any products or people mentioned