Donations for Tsunami Victims Pouring In Through Internet
The Washington Post on internet donations for the Tsunami relief effort:
As never before, people are turning to the Internet to donate money, the latest step in a revolution that has altered everything from shopping to presidential campaigns. "This is like 1951, when television really took off,'' Paul Saffo, director of the Silicon Valley-based Institute for the Future, said yesterday. "We are in the middle of a fundamental shift from mass media to the personal media of computers and the Internet, and charitable giving is a logical progression.''
Ezra of Pandagon says:
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