Sandy Marked a Shift for Social Media Use in Disasters

See on Scoop.itThe impact of social media in emergencies

Government agencies and others turned to online technologies to communicate with the public like never before.

Nigel Kay‘s insight:

Impressive data on use of social media during Sandy.

See on www.emergencymgmt.com

Social media today is not about the tools, but the technology and behavior — virtual collaboration, information sharing and grass-roots engagement — that transforms monologues into dialogues.

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