I don’t know about all of you, but I’ve already been caught off guard by news reports and footage and all sorts of other information leading up to the Tenth Anniversary.
If you’re looking for local September 11th observances, The Times Union has a listing here.
If you prefer to stay home, here’s a New York Times Interactive Map where you can tell where you were on September 11th, along with a brief comment. Or some great links from Andrew Sullivan–there’s a summary of 9/11 sources and links on Foreign Policy and the Internet Archive collection of live tv news coverage from 9/11 in 30-second videos. I ended up watching some of the videos because as I’ve said, I didn’t really see any of the original news coverage. Once I got started it was difficult to stop. Although, actually, it was also difficult to continue.
Moxie of Ask Moxie’s got a post about talking to the kids about 9/11.
And last year, I wrote a post about being in New York City on September 11th.
My current plan is to leave it at this and not do another special post this Sunday.