The 8.8-magnitude earthquake that hit Chile certainly is a tragedy, but it’s good to see that Google is also doing its part to help out, and as a response, the search engine giant has set up a person-finder site to help folks locate people in Chile, similar to what it did after the Haiti earthquake. The site is available in both Spanish and English, and allows you to search for, post information about, or create a new record for someone, and hopefully this will prove useful and beneficial to many of the folks who are affected the this disaster. If you want to contribute if check it out, head over to http://chilepersonfinder.appspot.com.
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