A British teacher who goes by the pseudonym "Our Man in Abiko" speaks during a press conference in Tokyo Friday, April 1, 2011. The 40-year-old, living in Abiko city, just east of Tokyo, is leading a volunteer team of bloggers, writers and editors producing "Quakebook," a collection of reflections, essays and images of the March 11 earthquake that will be sold in the coming days as a digital publication. He said proceeds from the project will go to the Japanese Red Cross. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara)

Photo by: Koji Sasahara

A British teacher who goes by the pseudonym "Our Man in Abiko" speaks during a press conference in Tokyo Friday, April 1, 2011. The 40-year-old, living in Abiko city, just east of Tokyo, is leading a volunteer team of bloggers, writers and editors producing "Quakebook," a collection of reflections, essays and images of the March 11 earthquake that will be sold in the coming days as a digital publication. He said proceeds from the project will go to the Japanese Red Cross. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara)