Google, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and other web services having been utilised by relief organisations, government agencies, corporations and throngs of people in the aftermath of Chile's massive earthquake.
Just like it did after Haiti's devastating earthquake, Google has launched a Chile-specific version of its People Finder application where users can either search for or offer information about a person affected by the 8.8 magnitude earthquake that hit Chile early on Saturday
That Crisis Response site also has links to Google services like YouTube, Maps and News with Chile earthquake information and resources.
As usual whenever events of global significance occur, Twitter is posting a constant stream of messages, many of them tagged with the labels #hitsunami, #terremotochile, #chilequake and #chile, among others.
In addition to people posting updates and asking questions, relief organisations are offering guidance, like Chile's Red Cross via its account CruzRojaInforma.
On Facebook, Pages and Groups are popping up where people are posting links, photos and videos, as well as seeking information, about the earthquake and possible tsunamis, like Chile Earthquake, Terremoto Chile.
People can also see Twitter-like status updates from individuals on Facebook by entering keywords like Chile or tsunami on Facebook's search box and filtering the results by Posts by Everyone.
Ustream.tv has channels broadcasting reports about Chile and the tsunamis.
As with Haiti's tragedy, people can donate via their mobile phones to Chile relief efforts by texting the word 'Chile' to 25383 to donate $10 (£6.59) to Habitat for Humanity, to 20222 to donate $10 (£6.59) to World Vision and 52000 to donate $10 (£6.59) to the Salvation Army, according to the Mobile Giving Foundation, which is in charge of processing these donations.
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