Saturday, March 12, 2011
Google enabled search people after Tsunami and earthquake in Japan
Internet giant offers options of reporting on missing persons or the possibility of learning about the situation of citizens after earthquake in Japan.
The famous search engine Google, a search engine enabled people after the earthquake of 8.9 magnitude on the Richter scale in Japan.
This service has a minimalist interface to avoid visual distractions and allows surfers to search for persons that were in the disaster area or provide information about them
to achieve information about the situation of people in Japan after the earthquake of 8.9 degrees this morning that struck the archipelago and caused a devastating tsunami.
Recall that the application is called Google's Person Finder and is in English and Japanese.
So far, according to the website, there is tracking about 1600 people registered after the disaster.