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Technology Volunteers from CrisisCamp Support RHoK Events

Technology volunteers from across the CrisisCamp community came out to support the Random Hacks of Kindness global hackathon on December 4, 2010. Random Hacks of Kindness (RHoK) is a collaborative effort of Google, Microsoft, Yahoo, NASA and the World Bank. Three RHoK cities (Toronto, Chicago and Boston) were supported by CrisisCamp organizers. Many volunteers contributed […]

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CrisisCamp This Week

Here are some quick updates on what is happening with CrisisCamp and CrisisCommons this week: Sloan Foundation Proposal and Deliverables: The Crisis Commons team has been busy at work our Sloan Foundation Deliverables. We had a community call a few weeks ago to discuss the actions and the Sloan Trustee Proposal. All hands Meeting Notes […]

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RHoK the World – Join up!

Random Hacks of Kindness (RHoK) 2.0 is December 4 -5 , 2010. This 2-day global event brings together people to brainstorm on problem definitions for humanitarian aid. It will be attended by software developers, emergency managers, innovators, students, storytellers, project managers and entrepreneurs to collaborate and create. Started in 2009, it is a joint project […]

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