9:41 p.m. EST: Google has posted a satellite image taken after the earthquake (unfortunately, it's not high-resolution). They do say, however, that they're working with partner GeoEye to update Google Earth with post-earthquake images. And Google has given raw map data to the United Nations to aid in earthquake relief efforts...
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