Here are Twitter accounts to follow re: disaster preparedness or response with regard to how computers, smart phones and other networked tech is used during such - and if you have your own suggestions, please add them:

@ITDRC America's premier team of volunteer technology professionals - Connecting Communities in Crisis™.

@info4disasters Info4Disasters is a collective of online virtual responders & “boots-on-the-ground” humanitarian workers with a global team residing in fifteen (15) different nations. Info4disasters is a collective, made up of individuals and groups in place around the world, whose mission is to connect international and local relief agencies and real-time information to the people and places in a disaster situation, whether as a responder or a victim. We are dedicated to gathering, organizing, and providing public access to life-saving information and resources.

@DisasterTechLab providing rapid response communication systems in disaster hit areas. Based in Ireland but working globally. We love WiFi!

@LINKS_EUProject aims to strengthen links between technologies and society for improved European disaster resilience.

@DCC_Center Enhancing preparedness, communication, recovery, and resilience in children, families, and communities affected by disasters and community crises 

@DisastersUpdate Disasters reporting and comment, Tweeting reporting and comment on disasters and DRR

@funds4disaster DisasterPhilanthropy, The Center for Disaster Philanthropy is the when, where, and how of informed disaster giving.

@hurrtrackerapp  Hurricane Tracker App, named the best tracking app by CNN

@CDCemergency  CDC's Center for Preparedness and Response (CPR). We tweet ways to #PrepYourHealth about public health preparedness, & during emergency responses.

@CDACN - CDAC Network is a global communication alliance working with people in disaster situations to ensure right to information, connectivity and stake in aid decisions. They use the #Commisaid tag.

@columbia_ncdp. NCDP: The National Center for Disaster Preparedness, The Earth Institute, Columbia University. Research | Policy | Practice.

@NCDMPH. The Nation's academic center of excellence for education, and educational research in disaster medicine and public health preparedness.

@AHEPP1. Association of Healthcare Emergency Preparedness Professionals (AHEPP) is dedicated to advancing disaster preparedness and response in healthcare settings.

@NWSNHC. Official Twitter account for the National Weather Service's National Hurricane Center.

@remstacenter. REMS TA Center. Readiness and Emergency Management for Schools (REMS) Technical Assistance (TA) Center, administered by the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Safe and Supportive Schools. Provides news & updates on free trainings and resources for IHE + school emergency management & safety.

#Tech4good #Apps4Good

Some regionally-focused accounts related to emergency preparedness or emergency response. If you have ones you follow on Twitter, please post them here:

@do1thingus - Do 1 Thing. A 12-month emergency preparedness program that teaches you & your family/business to prepare for emergencies and disasters. Part of Lansing Emergency Management.

@CERT_TEAM. CERT Communication Community Emergency Response Team Communications of National/Local Interest - St. Louis County, Missouri.

@PHLHlthPrepare. Philly Health Prepare. Preparing for and responding to public health emergencies for a healthy and safe Philadelphia.

@NorfolkPrepared. Norfolk Resilience Forum (NRF) helping people in Norfolk, Virginia prepare for emergencies.

@PrepBethlehem. Welcome to the City of Bethlehem Public Health Preparedness. We will share events, tips, and alerts that impact you locally.