Bloggers join hands to create Japan ‘Quakebook’

Inspired by a desire to help victims of Japan’s deadly earthquake, a group of bloggers and writers have come together through the Internet to create a book of stories about the disaster, reports the AFP. The result, “Quakebook”, is a moving collection of photos, memories and reflections about the massive tremor and monster tsunami that demonstrates the power of the web to unite people around the world in times of tragedy. The project is the brainchild of a British man living in Japan who blogs under the name “Our Man in Abiko” on websites such as Twitter, where the project uses the hashtag #quakebook…

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