I'm looking at the videos in CNN right now and the titles are not very promising:
- Finding more bodies than survivors
- The remains of a Japanese town
- Minamisanriku, Japan: Nothing left
- Tsunami turns airport into island
- Most difficult crisis since WWII
For one, Google has tools that can help track down missing people.
Two, you can also donate to various organizations that are mobilizing to aid Japan. I've been a Red Cross donor since Hurricane Katrina and this is one organization that keeps me abreast of developments. I'm having a bit of problem donating through the main site now (it's no longer accepting my credit card for some reason), so I used Amazon.com's Red Cross portal.
If you want to look at other options, you can check out Network for Good, which has a huge list of other charities that are responding to this crisis.
For BLOGGERS, you can run an application called the Hello Bar. I'm running it right now and you can see the "Help Japan" alert at the very top of this page. If you're signing up for it, use the invite code "helpjapan" because it'll take you quite some time to get an account otherwise.
For now, my prayers are with all of the people who are residing and have yet to be found in Japan.
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