Google’s “Superstorm Sandy” interactive map

Click on image for full interactive map at Google.org

Google’s response to Sandy has been particularly innovative, allowing you to select different layers of information and pulling from user-generated content as well as official sources. Click through and give it a try.

The map was put together by Google.org, the company’s nonprofit arm, and is part of an initiative called Google.org Crisis Response, which provides resources around the world.

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About Dan Kennedy

I am an associate professor of journalism at Northeastern University, and I'm using WordPress.com for my blog, Media Nation, as well as class websites.
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