Social Media, Japan, and the tsunami, Boston, Fox-TV News 3/11
You can see the full clip at the Fox news site here (and click the video below the main one) or see the embedded version below:
This was a spot where Kim Carrigan and I discussed social media after the tsunami in Japan.
My key points:
- Cell phones know where you are, so why can't they tell you when an emergency is happening in your area
- "If your cell phone can tell you that there is a Starbucks 5 minutes away, why can't they tell you that there is a tsunami 5 minutes away", at 1:55
- Microsoft's search engine, bing, used the tsunami as an opportunity to market their search engine, and the community ripped them for doing it
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Sunami (misspelled for Google searches) Japan, and social media
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