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01 September 2011

Video of the week: New York Times Ground Zero


By Mike Woods

I'm aware I promised that silly cat videos would follow last week’s post, but once again the cats have been usurped. With the 10-year anniversary of 9/11 approaching, The New York Times has made a wonderfully effective video, detailing the new Ground Zero towers and the memorials. It’s a fascinating description of interlocking parts, and clever design.



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