Excerpt from review article by Mashable:
“Survivors and witnesses of the Sept. 11 attacks and the World Trade Center bombing of 1993 now have a digital venue to share their stories, thanks to a new initiative the National September 11 Memorial and Museum launched on Wednesday.
The 9/11 Memorial Registries collect and share the personal experiences of survivors and rescue workers, as well as information about existing Sept. 11 memorials around the world. The interactive site, which technology and design company Infusion engineered and Microsoft sponsored, also invites the public to share firsthand testimonials from the attacks.
It’s divided into three sections: the Rescue and Recovery Registry, which documents first-person stories of rescue, investigation, cleanup and relief efforts; the Witnesses and Survivors Registry, which includes the experiences of those who survived the events; and the Memorials Registry, which tracks Sept. 11 memorials across the globe through an interactive map.
Joe Daniels, 9/11 Memorial president, called it a “unique web experience that captures this important history through the perspectives of those men and women who lived through it.”…”
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