"The Septemer 11 Digital Archive
September 9, 2002 3:50 PM   Subscribe

"The Septemer 11 Digital Archive uses electronic meda to collect, preserve, and present the history of the September 11, 2001 attacks in New York, Virginia, and Pennsylvania, and the public responses to them." An extensive archiving project by the Smithsonian and other museums.
posted by frykitty (2 comments total)
Previously housed at http://911.gmu.edu/, if you knew of it.

Additionally, there's the September 11 Web Archive (a special collection by the web archive @ Alexa), and the Television Archive of TV News from September 11, including 2 hours of Good Morning America. A somewhat more random effort is September 11 News.

Though funded by the Pew Trust and Library of Congress, Alexa has had its financial problems in the last year; I've noticed a severe drop-off in frequency of archiving, and though I kept submitting URLs, it wasn't at all clear they were being accepted or processed. If someone knows what's going on, I'd appreciate it.
posted by dhartung at 4:14 PM on September 9, 2002

Also check out Interactive Publishing's screenshot collection of news sites from the last year. (I just got done compiling a links page of sites like this for my library, so I've seen a good number of 9/11 sites; there's a helluva lot of stuff out there, much of it great and informative, but a lot of crap as well.)
posted by arco at 6:00 PM on September 9, 2002

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