This 6.2 is probably the second-biggest earthquake I've had the "pleasure" of experiencing. I was in LA for the Northridge quake back in the mid-90's, and that one was much scarier; however for that shaker, I was on the bottom floor of a 2 story building.
This time around, I was on the 7th floor of a 10 story building in Taipei. On top of that, the office is built near recently reclaimed land, which tends to move and shake a whole lot more than nice solid rock. Good times...
Still, it really wasn't all that bad. While the pucker factor briefly spiked when I realized that it probably wasn't just the caffeine, I found myself settling down to merely nervous as it progressed. Overall, it felt more like a windy train ride than a hardcore earthquake.
I am quite thankful that nobody appears to have been hurt, and I sincerely hope that I never get to experience a big one.