2Google Map Maker for Chile
Google Map Maker is currently available for Chile, which users can download here for more information. Google asks users familiar with Chile to add data about Chile on Google Map Maker.
3Chile Person Finder
Originally created to help Haitian citizens after their country was devastated by a quake, this person finder site is designed to help people locate their lost loved ones in the aftermath of the Chile quake. The Person Finder tool has been translated into Spanish and is also available via several media sites and the U.S. Department of State Website via a gadget.
4Google Crisis Response
Google also set up this crisis response Website for users to access.
6Google My Maps
This My Map shows earthquake measurement data from the U.S. Geological Survey to show people the strength of the quakes in various parts of Chile. Note the initial shock registered 8.8.
7U.S. Geological Survey
Clicking on the “list of earthquakes in this area” option takes users to the U.S. Geological Survey Website.
8Chile on Googles Real-Time Search
Click here to see real-time updates about the Chile earthquake from Twitter, Facebook, MySpace and other sources.
9Chile Quake Caught on YouTube
This unsettling clip lets users hear the frightening sound of the 8.8 earthquake in pitch black.
10Chile YouTube Aftermath
This is what one Chilean town looked like after the quake had its way with it: an entire hillside collapsed.
11Mobile Giving Foundation
Text donations here, thanks to the Mobile Giving Foundation, which processes wireless donations.
12Chile Quake on Twitter
Mibazaar has a real-time Twitter map showing the latest messages about the Chile earthquake.