Change, either evolutionary or revolutionary happens every moment of our lives. During emergencies, it happens faster than our abilities to record, analyze, and respond to resulting change. Within an emergency realm, everyone has a story to tell; individual stories change the whole community, neighboring communities, or even inspire the world. Other stories will be archived somewhere under a pile of personal tales or totally forgotten. This book proposes the development of a new comprehensive online emergency reporting solution that facilitates information gathering, verification, structuring, and sharing to build knowledge products based on a new communication model that includes all actors in natural or human-based crisis. The model explores the interrelations between big events, humans, politics, information, and technology with lessons drawn from the Arab Spring, Haiti, Japan, and more.