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Byline: Reid Kanaley
After Hurricane Katrina, the anniversary of the Sept. 11 terror attacks carries renewed poignancy. We looked at Web sites that recount events of this day in 2001, and its aftermath. But first, two fresh sites on Katrina.
This site, thrown together since Katrina, provides the most up-to-date aerial and satellite images of New Orleans and the Gulf Coast, and it allows users to describe current conditions at any location. There is a chilling view of the Superdome with the roof torn back.
People around the nation were going here to …