Here’s what I said a year ago today.
Anger is Sheila O’Malley’s theme.
Scalzi found a small silver lining the day after.
Chris Mathew Sciabarra remembers the Towers.
The Social Reject knows all about defiance.
Like many of us, 9/11 turned Don Watkins into a blogger.
Sgt. Mom wrote to some friends.
Dan speaks to those who would have us get over it.
Tanya has pictures of the cleanup effort.
Discover what 9/11 means to al Qaeda, over at Chuck Simmins.
Mr. Lion explains what it was like.
David will deliver this address to the men and women of Malmstrom Air Force Base today.
Start at the top of American Digest, and scroll down until it’s over.
Wretchard of The Belmont Club wants you to understand why our enemies surrender, but we don’t.
Need some place to vent? You’ll find one here at Little Green Footballs.
And of course, there’s Michele’s “Voices.”
I’ll be adding to this list throughout the day as I find remembrances elsewhere on the web, but there will be no other blogging.
Kim du Toit finds traitors among us.
It really is that simple, explains Chris Muir.
Sean Kirby keeps it short and fast, like a kidney punch.
Everything I missed so far, they caught at Winds of Change.
Steve at Begging to Differ is still defiant, also.
Zombyboy feels like his writing isn’t enough — but it is.
If you don’t know what debridement is, or even if you do, read this post from Beldar.
Arthur Silber pays tribute to 9/11 hero Abe Zelmanowitz.
Still angry? So is Dean Esmay.
Lesley lost friends in the attack.
Don’t miss Michael Totten’s photo essay.
Today, Jeff Jarvis is blogging from the WTC site.
Lola refuses to be afraid anymore.
E.G. Ross comments on America’s “terrible swift sword.”
Here’s a good collection of links, and a “never again” from Moe Freedman.
Christopher Kanis thanks you for your indulgence on this day.
Brooke reminds us: “Be redeemed! Set others free!”
One picture, too many words to count.
Another photo essay, this one from Bill Hobbs. I’d forgotten about those satellite images.
Chuck Freund give us a WH Auden poem I’d never read before: “There Will Be No Peace.”
Did the heroes of Flight 93 give us our swagger back? Brad Todd says yes.
They each had a name.
Here’s another impressive collection of links, courtesy of Judith Weiss.
Tom provides us with some historical perspective.
Al Barger is getting messages from God, and She wants us to win.
You just knew Mike Hendrix would have something to say worth reading.
Not even Allah seems to approve of His followers work.
Matt Welch wonders if we have changed at all.
9/11 wasn’t a tragedy, it was an attack.
More from John Scalzi.
Dawn Olsen asks why Allah hates us.
Moxie was, of all places, at Disneyland.
“Let them hate, so long as they fear.”
T. Bevan still keeps the 9/11 newspapers in his desk drawer.
Starhawk has fond memories of the Towers.
Verse from the DoggerelPundit.
Jack O’Toole shares a fundamental truth.
We can’t afford to move on, argues Misha.
For Rachel Lucas, 9/11 means anger and celebration.
Kate shares an old joke, but a good one.
Lawren Mills was at the WTC the month after the attack.
Sensible shoes, Virginia?
“Have no doubt” that this is war.
Meryl Yourish was twelve miles west.
Liz, the Cybrarian, offers this poem.
No matter how well I think I sometimes write, Lileks does it better.
Jeralyn Merritt reminds us there are battles to be fought here at home, too.
Will Collier doesn’t have a blog, but he is one of the smartest (and most frequent) contributors to this site. He’s been kind enough to let me post his behind-the-scenes recollections. Just click on “More” below.
For all the news I won’t be covering today, go to Rantburg.
Doug Dever honors the firemen.
The future is still open.
Suman Palit chooses not to forget.
Orin Judd has what might be the best collection of 9/11 links.
For Max Jacobs, life goes on and gets better.