Check out this infographic illustrating how you use social media in emergencies
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Spaghetti, Dick van Dyke, Foodie survival kits, cake wrecks, and a young conductor in today’s edition of What We’re Reading.
A selection of recent stories detailing how people are using social and mobile tools in emergencies. Have you seen other examples?
Latest NOAA Advisory for Hurricane Earl, social web resources
Service to Armed Forces explained.
Tracking Tropical Storm Alex
A menu of social media tools for you to use/bookmark during hurricane season (and always) by FEMA, NOAA, and the Red Cross.
This hail storm in Oklahoma City gets truly wild at the one minute mark. While you see proof of nature’s power, we humbly offer you our tips for dealing with thunderstorms:
YouTube is celebrating their 5th birthday today. For us at the American Red Cross the site has served as a quick and effective way for us to speak with you in times of emergency, to teach you CPR, to make you laugh (hopefully), to ask you to volunteer, to inspire you to give blood, and to explain our service to armed forces program.