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You can hear American Red Cross worker Matt Marek discussing Haiti, cholera, Tomas, and reconstruction on NPR today.
From WWI era photographs to cutting edge SMS alert projects; from fire tornadoes to Swedish folk music, here’s what we’re checking out online today.
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Demi Lovato visited Chile, This American Life covers relief efforts in Haiti, we’re in a commercial, and it’s cute baby photos in honor of Hurricane Preparedness Week.
Two years ago, on May 12, 2008, a powerful 8.0 magnitude earthquake struck Sichuan province in western China, killing more than 87,000 people and destroying 5 million houses. The American Red Cross provided 200 students in Guangyuan district with disposable cameras to document their lives now.
Our own Joe Becker explains how social media has changed the way we do business. “These are the normal systems that people have, and I think a lot of the social media tie-ins are changing how we do business,” he said.
A young earthquake survivor in Carrefour (Haiti) during a Red Cross activity for kids. Photo: Bonnie Gillespie/American Red Cross There’s No Point in Doing Good Badly – Time Magazine Dellaine …