Google Enter Tsunami Warn

Google tsunami warn
Google tsunami warn

Large tsunami that swept parts of Japan, the spotlight citizens of the world today. Google also participate disseminate tsunami warnings that predicted visited other countries, including Indonesia. Google search page displaying a warning inscription below the typing box keyword.

“Tsunami Alert for New Zealand, the Philiphines, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, Hawaii and others. Waves Few expected over the next hours, the caused by 8.9 earthquake in Japan,”read the warning. But these warnings can only be seen on Google.com, the English version. While on Google.co.id, Indonesian insisted there is no text.

Previously, Climatology Meteorology and Geophysics Agency (BMKG) also delivered a similar warning, one of them via the official Twitter account BMKG. Mentioned that the tsunami caused major earthquakes in Japan is expected to spread to North Sulawesi, North Maluku and Papua, around 18:00 local time. Of course, such warnings are not intended to make a panic or even frighten, but to raise awareness of residents in these areas.

Google’s ‘Person Finder’, Help Find Quake Victims in Japan.

Responding to the earthquake and tsunami that occurred in Japan, Google launched its flagship service Person Finder to help find victims of natural disasters.

Google has released a similar service to help find people lost in the event of an earthquake in Haiti and Christchurch, New Zealand.

Google People Finder
Google People Finder

From PC World, on Friday (03/11/2011), Google Person Finder for Japan Earthquake / Tsunami allows users to report the presence of someone who lost in the midst of the disaster by including data on ‘I have information about someone’ and Google will save the report them. While the person who is looking for relatives or friends who are missing may click ‘I’m looking for someone’ and enter the name of the person in question. Later, Google will match the existing data.

To facilitate the citizens of Japan, Google provides the option to display in their language, there are also options in English to allow users who do not use the Japanese language.