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Outpouring of tsunami relief displays power of the Internet

The television ad in which George Bush and Bill Clinton urge Americans to come to aid of tsunami victims is unique, not only because the appeal comes from two former presidents, but because of how they ask people to give.

The era of e-relief has dawned.

Bush and Clinton point viewers to the Web site for the U.S. Freedom Corps, which is......

Full article >>> fs Ted Ledwith told InternetWeek. It can only increase the amount of assistance that will be available for emergency supplies and the speed at which they can be transported.

With tens of thousands of tsunami victims many of them children injured, hungry or ill, every hour and day saved equates to lives saved. By speeding dollars to the right place, the Internet is helping save the lives......

Full article >>> erm value dramatically underestimated. The disaster in Southeast Asia is proving him right on both counts.

Still is president of the Wisconsin Technology Council and the Wisconsin Innovation Network. He is the former associate editor of the Wisconsin State Journal in Madison.

The opinions expressed herein or statements made in the above column are solely t......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tom Still 01/12/05


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