It seems that “where were you when the twin towers fell?” may be the defining question for this generation, as the Kennedy assassination was for my parents, and the Challenger explosion was for my generation (in my opinion). I was at home, getting ready for work, and as is my habit, checking out Scripting News. We don’t watch TV in the morning, so that was where I first learned about the attack. Looking back at that day’s reporting gives me the same sick-to-my-stomach feeling I had that morning. Our whole family just stayed home, watched, and talked all day.