New York Magazine's 9/11 Encyclopedia Is Perfect

In five short days, it'll have been ten long years since 9/11. A lot's changed in the past decade—not the least of which is the way we digest information—and NY Mag's guide to the day captures it all.

The site itself isn't comprehensive—how could it be?—instead sorting the terrorist attacks and surrounding cultural geyser into neat lists, breakdowns, and roundups. It reads less like a shelf encyclopedia, and more like Wikipedia. Links everywhere, graphics, reader feedback. It's heartbreaking, locked in the past, and entirely current. [NY Mag]