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lifewingmate
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re: Digital edition: 'The day the lights went out in Japan'
lifewingmate   3/30/2011 4:01:35 AM
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The digital edition was an excellent blend of recognizing the humanistic side as well as documenting the economic and environmental impact of the recent earthquake/tsunami. EETimes, thank you for covering the aftermath with such compassion and from many angles.

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re: Digital edition: 'The day the lights went out in Japan'
_hm   3/29/2011 9:53:39 PM
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I have experienced the 2001 earthqauke of Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India where more then 10,000 people lost their lives. I stayed back in home for full time in this horrific earthquake as my father was not mobile. We have very high respect for Japanese people's tenacity. We prey to God to give them more strength and wish them very fast recovery.

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re: Digital edition: 'The day the lights went out in Japan'
junko.yoshida   3/29/2011 9:24:35 PM
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Thank you, DrQuine. It was a labor of love among our team. Everyone in the production team (which amounts to a precious few) literally worked around the clock to get a 78-page book in 8 days. But the best part is a growing amount of donations Red Cross will be getting from our advertisers and readers. We will report more on this later; but thus far, the project gave many of us on the team a good reminder of why we do what we do.

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re: Digital edition: 'The day the lights went out in Japan'
DrQuine   3/29/2011 9:09:33 PM
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This digital issue is an extraordinary editorial and graphic achievement. It provides valuable technical information, honors the victims and those seeking to rebuild, and showcases the best in advertising creativity. Congratulations to all involved in this effort and best wishes for a successful recovery in Japan.

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