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09/08/17: Disaster prep, DACA and restaurants in the digital age

09/08/17: Disaster prep, DACA and restaurants in the digital age

Sep 8, 2017

We're digging into how the digital world is changing the physical one this week. With hurricanes, flooding and earthquakes all over the headlines, we look at a few digital steps that make a big difference in disaster preparation. Then, how…

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The business of designing a restaurant for Instagram

by Eliza Mills Sep 7, 2017
Looking good pays off.
Francis Miranda and Dennis Calvero, two of the owners of Pearl's Finest Tea, in Los Angeles. 
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With DACA's future uncertain, one young recipient pushes ahead with his business dreams

by Peter Balonon-Rosen Sep 8, 2017
On the verge of opening his own cafe, Anthoa Munoz's future now teeters on the brink of the unknown.
Anthoa Munoz was 17 years old when he learned that he wasn't born in United States. Now the 25-year-old is working under protections from the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. He's in the process of opening his own cafe.
Peter Balonon-Rosen/Marketplace

Three ways to optimize tech for an emergency

by Molly Wood Sep 8, 2017
During a disaster, digital records, messaging, even social media are all pretty handy.
A woman looks at a smart phone as it charges while staying with other flood victims at a shelter in the George R. Brown Convention Center during the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey on August 28, 2017 in Houston, Texas
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Weather Economy

After a disaster, FEMA documents home damage, a former inspector explains

by Lizzie O'Leary Sep 8, 2017
His advice: Have your proof of ownership ready.
Jack Wheeler and his wife, Tami Wheeler, watch as a FEMA housing inspector measures their flooded home in 2008 in Oakville, Iowa.
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