Rather than go to Central for this morning's main IFD ceremony, I decided to go to the Nines, where I correctly suspected there'd be a little less hoopla. I've been to the ceremony at Central a couple of times, and decided to try something else for a change.
Today actually marks the fifth anniversary of 14850 Today, an entirely online news source in conjunction with WVBR. (It's also now available on LiveJournal at 14850today.) It's something we had in the works that summer, and it got pressed into service ahead of schedule when we clearly needed a way to get information out. The first few items were about blood drives, gatherings, and ceremonies.
I spent most of 9/11 on the radio, and didn't go to my day job for even a moment. That afternoon, I joined a few friends at Moonshadow, a downtown Ithaca bar, where we had some beverages and then got some take-out Thai food. It's not a bar I go to often; don't recall why we went there that day. Maybe it was Kim's idea.
> Ithaca Fire Department remembers 9/11 in citywide ceremony