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02 September 2005

Katrina Aftermath: Sept 2, 2005: International Blogging for Disaster Relief Day

Here's a posting which gives an informed perspective on the blogosphere's reaction to Hurrican Katrina compared to how it reacted to the Tsunami. Some useful links in the comments, too.

2 Comments:

At 3:46 pm, Blogger Donnacha DeLong said...

Call me a cynic, but I'm not all that surprised there's less focus on relief for the world's richest country than there was when the tsunami devastated large parts of the developing world.

 
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