Boston Marathon Bombing Reveals the Best in People and a Dark Side to Twitter
Kristen makes some important points about handling Social Media like Twitter responsibly.
Yesterday our nation reeled from a senseless attack on innocent people. I know here at home, we were desperately reaching out for answers. My husband had family in Boston and I had friends who were participating in the race. We were scrambling to make sure our loved ones were okay (all is fine, btw). We mourn as a nation, as humans. We are grateful for the brave people who ran toward danger to render aid to the suffering.
There were nurses, doctors and other medical professionals participating in the marathon. Despite the fact they were at the end of running over twenty-six miles, they still dove in to assist those injured in spite of their own exhaustion and pain. Carlos Arredondo, who lost his son in Iraq, bravely jumped a security fence into a pile of fallen bodies and immediately rendered aid.
I am awed, humbled and amazed…
View original post 1,028 more words
- Posted in: Creativity