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Internet use after terror attack

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One fascinating area of research (and anecdote) is how the Internet has been deployed in a variety of ways during and since the attack. Here's a collection of URLs on the topic. Thank you to people who forwarded them to me.

The last on, below, is slightly off-topic, but not completely unrelated, and I couldn't resist including it.

How Americans Used the Internet After the Terror Attack

I.S.P.'s Curb Terrorist Postings and an Anti-Islamic Backlash

World Trade Center Search Yields Wireless Signals

A Test Like None Before for the Computer Wizards

Scouring the Internet in Search of the Tracks of Terrorists

Internet surpasses its original goal

"Help us build a Web archive of the September 11 attack"
(for a web archive of election 2000, see

Slashdot: Handling the Loads

Internet withstands attack on America

The Flame to End All Flames! (Humor)

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