September 10, 2004

9/11 and Blogging

In researching 9/11 and blogging, I have found many different types of blog entries. Some entries attacking the government, some giving their side of the story, some remembering lost loved ones, and some just simply remembering.

The following are some blogs and sites that I found pertaining to 9/11:

5/29/2002 - 9/11 - Remembering 9/11.

9/18/2002 - Were There Pre-9/11 Warnings? - Attack on the US gov't.

9/11/2003 - 9/11 - Rembering 9/11 2 years later.

9/11/2003 - 9/11: Remember - Speech for the Malmstrom Air Force Base.

8/23/2004 - Break Up the CIA? - Comments on the 9/11 Commission.

How can a site about New York City blogs not deal with September 11th, 2001? - Site with various blog entries.

Posted by RyanBurger at September 10, 2004 10:22 AM


You did an excellent job on your presentation today. Unfortunately it was cut short, but I will do some linking on your story. I think 9/11 is one of the most tragic events that ever occurred in our lives. After 9/11, I became a firefighter because I want to serve my country like they all did and I would die to save lives, especially only as a volunteer. Oh well, keep up the great entries!

Posted by: Firefighter Chica (Stefanie Robb) at September 10, 2004 12:37 PM

Hi! I'm Moira. :c) Too bad your presentation got cut short in EL236 today.. you have some great links in there! (honestly though if it was me, I think I'd be thrilled.. who likes talking in front of class?) Anyway, your presenation inspired me to write about 9/11 today. have a good one..

Posted by: moira at September 10, 2004 03:01 PM

Thanks for posting this, Ryan.

Posted by: Dennis G. Jerz at September 10, 2004 05:08 PM

Hey, I'm Karissa (I go to SHU, too, but I'm off for a semester ;)
Thanks for those links--very handy to have.

I had an uncle on the 110th floor of the 2nd tower (maternal step-uncle, but family nonetheless). It's hard thinking that his life was cut short, and he was taken from his family before God intended, merely because someone (or some group) was trying to prove a point or get our attention.

I just hope that, as heavy of a memory as it is, we never forget. This is a lesson we can't afford to learn twice just to get it right later on.

Posted by: Karissa at September 10, 2004 11:06 PM
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