Grassroots efforts to mobilize in response to any kind of event have been amplified by networking technologies and social media. This timeline creates a “metageography” showing retweets that include twitter handles of Occupy Sandy or FEMA, and is juxtaposed against stark imagery of some of the storm’s worst damage.   Photo credit: REUTERS/Adrees Latif
       
     
 Photo credit: AP Photo/Frank Franklin II
       
     
 Photo credit:  AP Photo/Seth Wenig
       
     
  Photo credit: AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews
       
     
 Photo credit: AP Photo/Jason DeCrow
       
     
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 Grassroots efforts to mobilize in response to any kind of event have been amplified by networking technologies and social media. This timeline creates a “metageography” showing retweets that include twitter handles of Occupy Sandy or FEMA, and is juxtaposed against stark imagery of some of the storm’s worst damage.   Photo credit: REUTERS/Adrees Latif
       
     

Grassroots efforts to mobilize in response to any kind of event have been amplified by networking technologies and social media. This timeline creates a “metageography” showing retweets that include twitter handles of Occupy Sandy or FEMA, and is juxtaposed against stark imagery of some of the storm’s worst damage. 

Photo credit: REUTERS/Adrees Latif

 Photo credit: AP Photo/Frank Franklin II
       
     

Photo credit: AP Photo/Frank Franklin II

 Photo credit:  AP Photo/Seth Wenig
       
     

Photo credit: AP Photo/Seth Wenig

  Photo credit: AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews
       
     

Photo credit: AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews

 Photo credit: AP Photo/Jason DeCrow
       
     

Photo credit: AP Photo/Jason DeCrow

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