So, I've decided to link to others who were there. On the first official battlefield of WWIII.
- American Digest's eye-witness account of NYC. He posts his diary of 9/11 and the days that followed.
- PBS has a round-up of stories from viewers. Keep in mind the typical viewer of PBS.
- The September 11 Digital Archive has both pictures and text. They have a digital map - you can click on it, and get the story of the person represented by the marker. In Firefox, there was some problem with the display - it didn't unfold like it should have.
They dalso have a Guide to September 11 Websites.
- Little Green Footballs has a thread containing stories.
- For a very New Yorkish, mainstream media take on 9/11, try the MSNBC site.
- The BBC chooses to make the
heart-wrenching true, I swear on my mother's grave!overblown and dubious stories of foreigners in the US and American citizens, and their torture and agonizing death- that is, their detainment and questioning by the brutal vicious and depravedhard-working investigators following 9/11.
- Naturally, the Build the Memorial foundation has some worthy stories.
That's all for now. If I find some more important sites, I'll tack them on to the end of this post.
Another 9/11 site - this one with unedited video clips, the full 9/11 report, and more. Found via the Captain's Quarters - you do have it bookmarked, don't you?