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A disaster map created by citizens

By September 4, 2005Uncategorized

Wired Magazine: "Of all of the websites tracking the Katrina disaster, surely one of the most remarkable is  Visitors swoop down over a map of the Gulf Coast that’s awash in hundreds of red teardrops, each denoting information about specific geographical points in the area. That’s pretty amazing in itself, but there’s more: All of the information on the map has been provided by ordinary citizens, most of whom presumably have come to the site in search of information on the flood themselves." [READ MORE]

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