Monday, March 14, 2011


Google’s Crisis Response page

March 14, 2011 

“I was in the middle of writing code when the Google Japan office, on the 26th floor of Roppongi Hills in Tokyo, started shaking slowly. The rocking gradually increased, and I looked out the window to see the surrounding buildings all swaying ominously. Although alerts from the building urged us to evacuate via the emergency stairs, I couldn't help but stay and search for information about the earthquake’s epicenter and scale. Amidst a series of aftershocks rocking our office, a small group of us in Tokyo and several other Google offices started gathering information about the earthquake to create the Crisis Response information page….” — Ken Miura on behalf of Google Japan and international Crisis Response teams (from Assembling resources following the earthquake in Japan).


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