Of course in the US there will probably be an endless parade on the news of people talking about their experiences.
However this forum is a bit different in that we've got a lot of people who aren't in the United States, people who would be too young to really remember the event (I'm curious what their impressions of all this are. Just some boring history?) , and being on an anime forum might make for a different demographic even among americans here who remember that day.
Myself I was in college at the time and, while I'd heard something about a plane hitting a building at some point, I was for the most part going from class to class being entirely oblivious.
Until classes were over and I came back to my dorm where most everybody else had known for hours, and were mostly together in the halls and lounge. My biggest impression from that day was the magnitude of the emotions in most people around me. Guys enraged, girls crying, guys crying, everybody getting together. We weren't even anywhere near the east coast but the emotions were intense.
My wifes been pulling up videos on
It's pretty interesting, they've got stuff from people who were just above where the plane hit and so on.