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September 11, 2001 attacks[edit]

Full Timeline - Back history
In Memoriam - Casualties - Missing Persons - Survivors - Give Blood - Personal experiences - Donations
Closings and Cancellations - Memorials and Services
Responsibility - Hijackers - Detentions - US governmental response - World political effects - World economic effects
External news sites - New York Times stories - Misinformation and rumors - Opportunists - Slogans and terms
2001 U.S. Attack on Afghanistan - Timeline
2001 anthrax attack - Locations - Florida timeline - New York timeline

Pentagon -- New York City -- World Trade Center -- One WTC -- Two WTC -- AA Flight 11 -- UA Flight 75 -- AA Flight 77 -- UA Flight 93 -- terrorist incidents -- Osama bin Laden -- Mohammad Atta -- Khalid al-Mihdhar -- Nawaf al-Hazmi -- September 11 -- Cantor Fitzgerald Securities -- Sandler O'Neill and Partners -- Marsh Inc. -- Aon Corporation -- USA PATRIOT Act

Victims -- Initiated[edit]

John Ogonowski -- Jeffrey Coombs -- Tara Creamer -- Alexander Filipov -- Daniel John Lee -- Daniel C. Lewin -- Douglas Stone -- Garnet Bailey -- Christoffer Carstanjen -- Ruth Clifford McCourt -- Steven D. Jacoby -- Ruben Ornedo -- John P. O_Neill -- Jean Roger -- David Angell -- Bernard Pietronico -- Seth Morris -- Emilio Ortiz -- Esmerlin Salcedo -- Daniel M. Van Laere

Victims -- Edited[edit]

Carolyn Beug -- Berry Berenson -- Wilson Flagg -- Darlene Flagg


Initiated[edit]

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Massive Rewrite[edit]

Ultimate, Richard Stallman, Harvard University, Ivy League, race, Heimatvertriebene, CamelCase, computer virus, varicose veins

Edited[edit]

GNU, GNU/Linux, Linux, Microsoft Windows, Philip K. Dick, cyberpunk, Bruce Sterling, communication, sociology, punk rock, Bill Joy, James Clerk Maxwell, Alan Turing, Turing Test, Turing machine, Orson Scott Card, Uncertainty Principle, Stupid Republicans, George W. Bush, free software, Free software movement, Alices Adventures in Wonderland, Difference engine, History of computing, Computer Mouse, Douglas Engelbart, Internet/History, History of Microsoft Windows, Necronomicon, Electrical Potential, The Matrix, anarchy, anarchism, anarcho-capitalism, September 11, 2001 Terrorist Attack, freedom fighter, Boston Red Sox, Diaspora studies, red, infrared, The New York Times, The Boston Globe, Free Links, scientific method, historical revisionism, anthrax, New Age, Brooklyn, U.S. presidential election, 2000, antibiotic, 2001 anthrax attack, GNU Free Documentation License, Kabbalah, Robert Morris, Wikipedia Announcements, quagmire, Wikipedia commentary/The Wikipedia Community, light, Ova Prima, Abraham Lincoln, Wikipedians/History, space-time, ether, cognitive science, spacetime, I. M. Pei, fatherland, Schrodingers cat, hacker, Internet humor/George W. Bush lexicon, Iran-Contra Affair, feminism, racism, Times Square, animal rights, Kibo, current events, euphonium, saxhorn, cornet, standard, global warming, greenhouse effect, greenhouse gases

See also : User:The Cunctator