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Scenes From Haiti: The Wait to Communicate

In Haiti, the massive earthquake from nine days ago has left an estimated 1.5 million people homeless while killing as many as 200,000, according to the latest press reports.

For survivors depending on the fragile communications infrastructure there, the most mundane daily tasks, such as charging a cellphone or PDA, is difficult as long lines form around anyone with a working generator and a small surge protector.

Click on the first photo to open this slideshow:

Radio Caraibes Reaches Out — Phil Harvey, Editor-in-Chief, Light Reading

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DCITDave 12/5/2012 | 4:44:21 PM
re: Scenes From Haiti: The Wait to Communicate I didn't suggest that at all. The radio station actually did supply power for free. The guys with the generator later in the photo essay charged for their power -- thus the term 'entreprenuer.'
t.bogataj 12/5/2012 | 4:44:22 PM
re: Scenes From Haiti: The Wait to Communicate

I bet all these good Samaritans do it for free, don't they?

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