So tech and internet companies are using the tools of their trades to respond to the earthquake/tsunami/nuclear disasters in Japan. Google has launched Google Person Finder in Japanese, English, Korean, Chinese and Portuguese. Microsoft is offering free tech support and temporary software licenses. Twitter has suggested a set of hashtags to help its users find relevant tweets. And then in the domain of making donations for relief efforts, you may want to read ABC’s article Japan Earthquake: 7 High-Tech Ways to Help.
Rice farmer in Iwate prefecture, Japan