This new mixed-income housing complex comes with its own farm

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Today, we bring you a special issue of Compass. It’s dedicated to the 20th anniversary of 9/11, one of the saddest days in U.S. history. While the country mourns on this day, we at Fast Company look out our office windows at 7 World Trade Center and see where the very spot where the Twin Towers stood, today home to a poignant memorial. Together with people at the Pentagon and in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, we have a visual daily reminder of that tragic autumn morning.

But even for Americans who aren’t near terrorism sites, 9/11 resonates. According to a new exclusive Harris Poll conducted for Fast Company, 87% of people familiar with 9/11 consider it the most significant news event of the last 50 years. Among that swatch of respondents are 85% of those ages 18 to 34, which includes folks too young to remember that day—or weren’t even born yet. Read my story here. 
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9/11
20 years later, the 9/11 attacks are still seen as the biggest news event of the last half-century

According to a new Fast Company-Harris Poll, Americans across demographics view the events of September 11, 2001 as the most significant news in 50 years.

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7 ways 9/11 influenced pop culture that you may have forgotten or never known about

Many remember the Onion headlines and the wave of war movies that followed, but the impact of 9/11 on pop culture went deeper—and often off the radar.

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How 9/11 sparked the rise of America’s biometrics security empire

Hundreds of millions of people have been caught up in the U.S.’s biometrics databases—at home, at the border, and abroad—including millions of Afghans who now may be at risk from the Taliban.

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This new mixed-income housing complex comes with its own farm

The 361-unit complex will also have enough land to produce 20,000 pounds of produce a year, available at a discount to residents.

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Try this technique to learn just about anything (even the complex stuff)

To continuously expand your skill set and achieve mastery over new and complex concepts, it’s crucial to have a framework for conquering puzzling problems.

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How 9/11 turned a new site called Wikipedia into history’s crowdsourced front page

The volunteers who documented the attacks on the fledgling site were also laying a foundation for its future.

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Senator Wyden reflects on 9/11’s Orwellian legacy: unprecedented mass surveillance

Twenty years later, the post-9/11 era has been in part defined by a short-lived program called Total Information Awareness—with untold collateral damage.

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impact
How the U.S. kept hunger from skyrocketing during COVID: government aid and charity

The pandemic spurred a serious economic downturn, but stimulus checks, SNAP benefits, and food banks helped keep Americans fed.

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tech
This Google vet and Panasonic are using AI—and humans—to help busy moms

Yoky Matsuoka cofounded Google X and helped run Nest. At Yohana, she’s creating a new kind of wellness company, starting with assistance for everyday tasks.

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