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Library of Congress Creating Archive of September 11 Web Sites

ComputerWorld is reporting that The Library of Congress has announced that it is creating an archive of Web Site content about the September 11 disasters. The site is already accessible at http://september11.archive.org/.

The archive site contains a means to suggest Web Sites that have content that ought to be included because of they contain relevant content. We have already submitted CTDATA.com and RCNJ.org for inclusion.

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