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How the Internet is Helping People Cope with Natural Disasters Like Hurricanes

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There you are glued to your TV set, computer, tablet or smartphone watching the blow by blow coverage of a natural disaster happening in your area. It doesn’t matter if it’s a hurricane, flood, earthquake, solar flares, freak storm or a combination of these events, your world has changed for the worst. However, today's disaster recovery efforts are much faster and better than just ten years ago. Today we receive disaster warning much earlier than before. News coverage is widespread and available on most digital devices; Social Media and the Internet allows us to connect and communicate with friends, family and even work as we move to recover from such devastating events. In this episode of Working the Web to Win, we will explore new technologies, online services and digital capabilities that make terrible disasters a little less terrifying and provide help and hope to the many who have been affected by such horrendous calamities. So, tune in and tell your friends to listen in and share this with families as we learn how the internet and digital tech is helping mitigate natural disasters. 

To read the accompanying article visit: https://workingthewebtowin.blogspot.com/2017/09/how-internet-is-helping-people-cope.html

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