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How do we communicate after an emergency event in our community? Understanding how people get information and communicate with one another is critical in emergency response. Here David Lazer will offer an initial exploration of data collected regarding the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombing. He will discuss findings from two data sources: a paired national and Massachusetts survey regarding media use the day of the bombing, and a first of its kind smartphone survey examining calling behavior in the nine hours after the bombing.