Some of the most iconic 9/11 news coverage is lost. Blame Adobe Flash

That means what was once an interactive explainer of how the planes hit the World Trade Center or a visually-rich story on where some survivors of the attacks are now, at best, a non-functioning still image, or at worst, a gray box informing readers that “Adobe Flash player is no longer supported.”

Dan Pacheco, professor of practice and chair of journalism innovation at Syracuse University’s Newhouse School, has experienced the issue firsthand. As an online producer for the Post’s website in the late 1990s and later for America Online, some of the work he helped build has disappeared.

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TikTok Video Shows Man Surprising His Wife With Lost Wedding Video

  • Drew and Kayla Gottfried thought their wedding video was erased after their nuptials.
  • A friend from their church ended up finding a copy of the video.
  • Drew surprised Kayla with a screening of it for their 14th wedding anniversary. 
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Drew and Kayla Gottfried thought they would never get to see their wedding video. 

The Oregon couple got married 14 years ago, and like many couples, they had their ceremony filmed so they could relive it for years to come.

But just after their wedding, they were told their wedding video was “accidentally erased,” Drew

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