The city of San Francisco has been working on an emergency social networking website and app to better help their residents in case of any disaster. They want to integrate already known sites like Twitter and Facebook so that users don’t have to rely solely on the new social site. The project is called SF72 and they have already started beta testing with users. If a disaster strikes, SF72.org will go into emergency mode in which residents can access live updates and tweets from around the city, check for missing persons, and learn about how you can help. Other major cities should have similar networks to bring the community together when facing a disaster.