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March 11, 2011

BlogPost’s @MelissaBell on the Internet’s swift response to the 2011 Sendai earthquake:
 
Within hours of the earthquake, a Wikipedia page popped up with information on the event and a list of tsunami warnings. Twelve hours since the earthquake hit, that page has been edited more than 500 times and is rife with information, including other affected areas and international response.
More: The Internet response to Japan quake
 Live updates: Japan earthquake and tsunami
Photos: Disaster strikes northeast Japan
Resources: Info on missing persons, shelter, donations
Share: Eyewitness accounts, videos, photos, Tweets
Follow: @washingtonpost’s Japan quake Twitter list

BlogPost’s @MelissaBell on the Internet’s swift response to the 2011 Sendai earthquake:

Within hours of the earthquake, a Wikipedia page popped up with information on the event and a list of tsunami warnings. Twelve hours since the earthquake hit, that page has been edited more than 500 times and is rife with information, including other affected areas and international response.

More: The Internet response to Japan quake

 Live updates: Japan earthquake and tsunami

Photos: Disaster strikes northeast Japan

Resources: Info on missing persons, shelter, donations

Share: Eyewitness accounts, videos, photos, Tweets

Follow: @washingtonpost’s Japan quake Twitter list

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