Google Exec helps locate missing loved ones in earthquake-ravaged New Zealand

A Google executive who hails from New Zealand has been using his skills to help worried relatives locate loved ones separated by the recent earthquakes in New Zealand.

Craig Nevill-Manning, who is from New Zealand 41, first created the Google Crisis Response website with colleagues immediately after the 2010 Haitian earthquake. Now he is using the same “person locator” technology to help the people of New Zealand.

“When there’s a crisis, you want to help,” he said. “It’s the best therapy.” More…