Best Online Resources, Videos, Photos from Hurricane Sandy Coveragehttp://tinyurl.com/9t76vm5<snip>"Superstorm" Sandy is impacting millions of people up and down the East Coast of the United States and the Internet is rising to the occasion. Here is a collection of the best online resources for following Sandy coverage. Many newspaper websites that have pay walls are lifting them temporarily during the worst of the storm, including NYTimes.com, WSJ.com, Newsday.com, and BaltimoreSun.com.And for techies who'd like to help create technological solutions as the storm churns, there's even a Hurricane Hackers group that is working in an open source way on solutions.Jenny Xie is the PBS MediaShift editorial intern. Jenny is a senior at Massachusetts Institute of Technology studying architecture and management. She is a digital-media junkie fascinated by the intersection of media, design, and technology.
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