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You get a new pair of kicks and you'd be helping typhoon victims, too.
The world may have never been as polarized as it is today, but, as Mother Teresa once said, “Great things happen when people come together.” And what better way to highlight the great things collaboration can do than by celebrating exactly that ...
 
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As if we didn’t already have enough problems.
There’s no shortage of people willing to help the victims of the most recent typhoons. Time and again, Filipinos have dug deep and offered assistance to those hardest hit by the natural disasters not just in the form of relief goods, but ...
 
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Give, if you can.
The devastation wrought by typhoon Ulysses continues to unravel. Images of people trying to rebuild, particularly in Marikina and Rizal province, are all over social media. It’s doubly heartbreaking considering that it’s barely been a few days since typhoon Rolly ravaged the ...
 
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Some destructions were fatal.
The 6.1-magnitude earthquake that struck the Philippines on April 22, 2019 left many in Luzon shaken. In its wake, the natural occurrence left more than just a couple of items out of place. Operations were immediately halted in transportation systems, road and ...
 
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Because data is beautiful.
There’s something beautiful about sorting through years’ worth of data and presenting it in a way that isn't just useful and informative, but also visually pleasing. And that’s exactly what data science and engineering team Thinking Machines did with their interactive infographic ...
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