I've moved on to the 9/12 world, but yesterday Charles Stross wrote: Twelve years ago today, a cell of angry, highly committed, and (by the standards of their peers) extremely well trained young men executed the simultaneous hijacking of four airliners, and used them to mount a suicide attack on those they perceived as their enemies.What have we learned from this? I … [Read more...] about So What Have We Learned?
I've been skeptical of the 9/11 memorial project before -- it's bigger than the World War II memorial in D.C. -- and it turns out the costs are pretty outrageous. … [Read more...] about The 9/11 Memorial Is a Joke
Are some people still stuck in the 9/11 world? Over at Nobody's Business, I explain why there's no room for them here in the future. … [Read more...] about Welcome To the 9/12 World
I've written a few posts about 9/11 over the years. My wife used to work for Aon, which lost over 170 people on 9/11, and she'd met at least one of them, a nice guy named Jim Berger. And a few years ago, I stumbled across the memoral for U.S. Navy Commander Dan F. Shanower in Naperville. Then last year, I wrote about my discomfort over the 9/11 memorial in Manhattan, and I … [Read more...] about A Few Thousand Other People Worth Remembering
In an effort to keep you up-to-date, Windypundit has sent its spy satellite (WindySat) to check out the Abbottabad compound in Pakistan to see if we could spot the downed Black Hawk helicopter. Sure enough! There it is. That black "X" shaped object to the left of the building. OK, I admit it. WindySat is down for repairs so I had to get this from GeoEye. Still, pretty … [Read more...] about Exclusive WindySat Imagery!