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Earthquakes, Tsunamis, Floods, Tornados…

LargeTelecommunications will be  forever changed. The satellite “eye-in-the-sky” enables people everywhere to upload riveting, real-time reports continually.

If you want “breaking news, as it happens”, just log in to AllTop, Twitter,  Facebook, or Google. “Friends” are everywhere.You will even find videos, and satellite images; for example, the before and after images of the tsunami in Japan, or the earthquake in Haiti, on Google Earth.

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Wars and Revolutions are also being searched this way. Many people prefer to check the news, @ the Huffington Post, even before it is reported on the big television networks. We are indeed, in a world of constant change.

I find it fascinating!

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ipad kindle imageWho wants yesterday’s News, when you can have instant updates by social media? 

Remember the earthquake in Haiti? Tweets from Twitter started pouring in. Live updates from CNN, Doctors Without Borders, the Red Cross, and many more, kept us up-to-date on happenings in Haiti.

The News is changing through NewMedia. The publishing industry is morphing into a new creature, not totally understood yet. This is another very informative article about technological updates, which will forever change our lives. See for yourself!

http://bit.ly/bOsfNM

Credit: Leah Betencourt, writing for Mashable.

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     Haiti- a race against time !

     This amazing report comes to us from the Boston Globe. We can only guess and imagine the horror felt by Haitians, during and after the devastating earthquake, there.

    They say that a picture is worth a thousand words. I agree. Take a look at these shocking photos, for yourself. I warn you that some pics are very difficult to view.

http://www.boston.com/bigpicture/2010/01/haiti_48_hours_later.html

Photo credits: Reuters; American Red Cross; Getty Images; AP Photos;

and many more.

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