Archive for November 1st, 2012
Residents and government agencies everywhere have been using cellphones and cameras to take photos and upload them to social sites. During the height of the storm, Instagram users were sharing 10 photos a second and the top Facebook status was, “We are OK.”
South Ferry Station, Manhattan
A submerged escalator at the South Ferry subway station in Lower Manhattan.
Via MTA Photos
A truck is submerged in Battery Park, Manhattan.
Via Andrea Canning
Belmar, New Jersey
Hurricane Sandy damage in Belmar, N.J. on Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2012.
White Hall subway station in NYC
Via Andrew Cuomo
North Wildwood, New Jersey
Long Island, New York
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The data for October released by ComScore, Gmail saw 287.9 million unique worldwide visitors during the period, defeating out Microsoft’s Hotmail, which finished with 286.2 million unique visitors. The findings were first reported by GigaOM.
In third place was Yahoo, the once mighty e-mail power, with 281.7 million, according to ComScore. Yahoo, however, holds a comfortable lead in the United States with 76.7 million, compared to second-place Gmail with 69.1 million and third-place Hotmail with 35.5 million.