National Geographic Facebook App Makes 9/11 Connections

Neo–Pangea’s Sept. 11 app.

Where were you on 9/11?

Users can post their personal 9/11 accounts with location–specific tags that appear on a clickable map.

Thus far, more than 8,300 people and counting have posted their recollections.

In addition to English, the app was translated into eight languages, including Dutch, Spanish, Hungarian and German.

National Geographic’s Remembering 9/11 landing page.

From a promo video: “Pearl Harbor, the Kennedy assassination, the Moon landing – 9/11 was our generation’s moment.”

Tied to a week of National Geographic Channel programming commemorating the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, the Remembering 9/11 Facebook app allows users to share and reflect on their experiences via an interactive map.

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