Tag: september 11

Photo: Gregg Brown This is really interesting. The Lens Blog has a copy of the simple and small Yellow Pages ad that Gregg Brown used to advertise his beginner photo services around the time of September 11, 2001. The ad, which advertised “24 Hour Rush Jobs” was the reason why FEMA ended up calling him […]


This is neat looking. Universal Everything created this motion-graphics feature opener for WIRED Magazine’s special 9/11 tribute on the iPad. And for the print version they kept the same look and it still worked just as well.


Remember that 110 Stories app on Kickstarter that I posted earlier? Well, just in time for the 10th anniversary of 9/11, the app has been fully funded and is now available for free download from the App Store. For those who don’t know, the 110 Stories app uses your iPhone’s GPS location and gyroscope to […]


Among all of the various 9/11 tributes popping up online, the best I’ve seen yet is from Time Magazine. Time Magazine dedicated an entire portion of their site to profiling some of the individuals affected by that day. The portraits by Marco Grob are coupled with video interviews and amazing personal accounts of that day. […]


Photo from Wikimedia As I was writing the entry today about whether I should have left my office building when I felt the earthquake on Tuesday, it got me thinking back to an article I read somewhere a few years after 9/11 about following instincts in emergencies rather than the directions of people “in charge”. […]

Here is the world’s most blurry video on the world’s slowest construction project ever — the new World Trade Center. A hat tip to non-progress in NYC in the last 10 years.