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Frequently Asked Questions

Questions:

How can I contribute to 911blogger.com?
Where does 911blogger.com get its news?
When was 911blogger.com founded?
Who funds 911blogger.com?
Who maintains 911blogger.com?
Why don't I see a certain story on 911blogger.com?
Where can I find the old 911blogger site?
What do the numbers next to the comments and blogs tabs represent?
Why am I unable to edit a comment?

Answers:

How can I contribute to 911blogger.com?
There are a lot of ways to contribute, most of which don't require money, although if you can, we need your financial support to host and maintain the site. We can always use help in grabbing TV shows talking about 9/11, submitting news, submitting pictures and video from 9/11 events, and more. Click here to get set up with a user account.

Where does 911blogger.com get its news?
All material posted is contributed by users of the site. Click contact if you would like to create an account.

When was 911blogger.com founded?
911blogger.com initially started as simple posts on a personal blog by the original owner of the site, dz, in September of 2004. On March 8th, 2005 the posts from the personal blog were moved to blogspot.com. Finally the blog moved to the 911blogger.com domain on April 5th, 2005. On Juil 1st 2007 dz retired and handed the responsibility to Reprehensor. Reprehensor lead the moderation team until he retired on July 30th 2009 and transfered the site to jkeogh. On November 17th 2009 jkeogh and Orangutan formed 9/11 Blogger LLC.

Who funds 911blogger.com?
911blogger.com does not recieve corporate sponsorship (other than the ads on the left side of the front page). The only income generated is via the ads and user donations. The site is growing, and currently the donations and advertising cover about 40% of the monthly expense, the rest is paid by the moderators. If you like the site please consider a one-time or monthly donation (the buttons are on the left a bit down this page). We need your support.

Who maintains 911blogger.com?
jkeogh
Orangutan.
Victronix
LeftWright
Simuvac

Why don't I see a certain story on 911blogger.com?
911blogger.com strives to promote credible news and information, fact-based research and analysis, and sound efforts for justice concerning the 9/11 attacks, the aftermath, and related events and activities. User submissions help make 911blogger what it is, and are very much appreciated. However, 911blogger is a privately-owned and managed website; not all posts are published, and not all users will agree with all editorial decisions. If you don't see something on the site, it's either because nobody has taken the time to post the story yet (in this case we need your help to post it), or because the moderation team has researched the post and does not believe it contains reliable information. From time to time, you may see something posted on the site you feel violates the editorial standards; this could be due to some oversight, or it may have been decided there was an interest in informing the public about it. Your feedback is always appreciated.

Where can I find the old 911blogger site?
You can still access the old 911blogger.com site if you're interested in our early history.

What do the numbers next to the comments and blogs tabs represent?
The numbers represent the total number of new comments or blogs posted within the last 24 hours.

Why am I unable to edit a comment?
Comments that have a reply can not be edited.