Jessica Pounds, Cleburne Times-Review, Texas
September 13, 2016
(TNS) - When terrorists attacked New York and Washington, D.C., on Sept. 11, 2001, technology was quite different than it is today.
There were no smartphones or social media sites like Facebook and Twitter. Most people were just getting their clunky cellphones and only had dial-up internet in their homes since high speed access wasn’t affordable. People were still relying on newspapers, the radio and television solely for information.