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August 29, 2007


From Dieter Steiner, formerly an editor at Germany’s Stern magazine, now residing in St. Augustine, Florida…

"’Watching the World Change’ is a superb website, or do I have to call it a blog? Visually well done, lots of information, it reads well, like a diary. I am getting hooked.”

From photographer Wang Yao, of Beijing, vice president of the China News Service…

“Your book gives a very sensitive and deep insight to the effect of 9.11 on humanity.”

From a reader, J. B. Williamson…

“This first paragraph from a Las Vegas sports writer’s column [Joe Hawk/Las Vegas Review-Journal, August 22, 2007] breaks my heart.”

‘I have a confession to make, one that I am embarrassed to share: On Sept. 11, 2001, one of the most horrific days in U.S. history, when terrorists turned our pompous belief in national security upside down with hijacked air attacks that killed almost 3,000 Americans, I did not shed a tear. Not one...’

I must agree with Williamson about the sentiments, however genuine, expressed at the top of Hawk’s column.

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