In the wake of Monday's bombings at the Boston Marathon, the internet community is showing its compassionate side as assistance and hospitality abound.
Shortly after the bombs went off, raw video documenting the explosions was circulating on the web. Being a publicly broadcasted event there were not shortage of cameras present and both professional and amateur videographers were there to film the aftermath.
We will not be linking to any of the raw (and graphic) footage of the scene. It can easily be had by those who want to find it and is best unseen or forgotten by the rest of us.
But what should be remembered, however, is how the internet has mobilised in the aftermath of the attack to support the victims of the attack and do what they can to support Boston.
In most cases of terrorist attacks and mass tragedies, supplies of blood become an issue as hospitals struggle to treat casualties. As users mobilised, however, donations poured in and despite the horrific nature of the attacks the Boston Red Cross said that it has received enough donations to cover demand just hours after the attack.
People around Boston have also used the web to help care for runners and fans who find themselves stranded can consult a special Google Doc file dedicated to connecting attendees with generous individuals willing to loan out rooms.
Even if you can't donate blood or put up a stranded running fan, you can do a small bit to help console Boston residents with donations of money, well-wishes or just a nice hot pizza.
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