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Internet Mobilizes To Aid Tsunami Victims Print E-mail
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Source: securitypipeline.com - Posted by Vincenzo Ciaglia   
Latest News From bloggers to multi-billion-dollar tech vendors, the Internet community gave its money and resources to help victims of the Asian tsunamis. Here's a roundup of our stories on the subject, including moving reports from a blogger who described the toll via cell-phone text messaging, and other bloggers who wrote what they saw from the scene of the carnage.

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Tsunami Resources On The Internet: At A Glance Internet businesses and bloggers stepped up to offer aid and relief to victims of the Asian tsunamis. Here's a brief guide to online resources, including where to send aid, blogs, and news from around the Internet.

Sri Lankan Chronicles Tsunami Aftermath Using Text-Messaging And Blogs

For Sanjay Senanayake, a documentary producer in Sri Lanka, the tsunami this week was the start of a sometimes-exhilarating, sometimes-horrifying adventure. He chronicled his travels through the disaster areas using mobile-phone text-messaging and blogs.

"The Dead Are Being Buried With Extreme Haste And Little Ceremony" Blogs, wikis and photoblogs are offering first-hand reports from the tsunami disasters in south-east Asia. Here's a selection of posts, and pointers to online resources.

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