An emergency power kit can help you keep important communications equipment running in the midst of a crisis.
The Katrina Peoplefinder database (in record time, no less), which exceeded 100,000 entries in the first week of September
This is why the new breed of online maps are such wonderful tools for creating understanding: With a little technical work (and perhaps a lot of fact-checking), you can create simple yet information-rich presentation of a pandemic that is affecting millions.
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Rajan Harinarain, a South African entrepreneur and inventor has come up with a temporary foldaway house for use in emergency situations
I have a love for maps because they can be the most rich, yet easy-to-understand communication tools.
After a few months of work, we have gotten a new wireframe of the mobile app
The conference is 'harnessing mobile platforms, computational linguistics, geospatial technologies, and visual analytics to power effective early warning for rapid response to complex humanitarian emergencies.'
What could possibly go wrong? Thousands of volunteer hackers break ground on dozens of projects at a bunch of hastily organized unconferences promising to 'Save Haiti?'