How a Flurry of Flash Games on Newgrounds Captured the Grief and Anger of 9/11

In 2002, Pew found that 9/11 had changed how the internet was used. More people were going online for breaking news, amateur non-news sites had become “conduits for information, commentary, and action,” and the internet had provided a “a virtual public space where grief, fear, anger, patriotism and even hatred could be shared.” 

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Gotta say, before I even read it, that is possibly the most Waypoint-ass article title ever