A brief update on what's happening here.
Sadly, we have no additional news about our colleague Bill Meehan. He has been missing since Tuesday when the first plane crashed into the north tower of the World Trade Center, where his office was on the 105th floor. We will pass along more news as we receive it. All our prayers are with him and his family.
The New York-based editorial staff is working from home again today. I expect we'll be doing this for the next several days. Our building at 14 Wall Street is only a few blocks from the World Trade Center, and, as of this morning, the neighborhood had not been reopened to the public.
Our site can operate with remarkably few glitches outside the office; in fact, the majority of our commentary, and many of the articles that appear on the flagship site are submitted for publication from locations outside New York City, including our San Francisco office.
Since you may be also working from home the rest of the week, we'll be posting most of our commentary and articles on both sites. Many of you have written us explaining that it's difficult to find your
password at home, so we'll make it as easy for you as we can.
Again, once we receive any additional news, I will pass it along to you.