Sunday, August 27, 2006

The 2,996 Project

Huge kudos to blogger, D.C. Roe, who has taken on an epic endeavor – slated for unveiling on September 11, 2006. On that date, it is anticipated that 2,996 different blogs will each pay tribute to a single victim – there were 2,996 individuals – who perished in the horrifying disaster that took place almost five years ago, on September 11, 2001.

I will be posting one and celebrating the life of Yvette Nicole Moreno, a much too young [she was only twenty-five!] woman who was working as a receptionist on that fateful day… Yvette had made it out of the North Tower building, was running away, and killed by falling debris. Tragic.

The website is
here. As of last night there were still 125 or so names to be assigned to bloggers.

Truly it would be wonderful to be just a bit more computer literate than I am! The library is a MUST today – to get a book along the lines of “Blogging for Dummies.” I need to learn how to post side-bars on my blog [every other blogger participating in the 2,996 project has a “link” on the side to click to show a photo of who they are writing a tribute to and how to get to the link to sign up to write a tribute – mine – nope – no clue how to do this – not a f’ing clue!], post photos in the middle of an article, and learn how to do a bunch of other “stuff” to make this blog a better blog…

1 comment:

  1. Thanks to you IK learned of the 2996 Project. I now have Frances Ann Cilente.

    Simi Valley Sophist


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