As discussed on (void), the Mirror's commemorative story on the WTC bombing (I was going to add 'Pentagon', but that's already forgotten compared to the photogenic towers). It joins the Guardian's string of comment pieces by the likes of Martin Amis and Ian Mcewan.
This is one of those times I wish (void) had public archives, for Alex Robinson writes a very good critique, but it boils down to 'the pornography of terror'. It's interesting to me how, in the absence of real news, there are still people prologing the countdown in the phony war. People seem to be dropping the infoshare (nice name, Matt) because of this- troop movements aren't exactly what people signed up to last week. Ho hum.