Access to information has never been so great as it is today. With the Internet opening up channels of communication that were hitherto thought unattainable, and news media broadcasting information 24/7, we are constantly consuming information from different sources. This gives us access to a broader knowledge of the events that occur on a single day than ever before.But how do we know whether the information we are receiving is an accurate representation of events? Information procured through newsmedia has often passed through multiple filters and levels of distortion. Without an initial context for the information we are often presented with stories that are essentially meaningless, devoid of objective truth due to the lack of a broader context.This document makes this link between context and truth explicit, leading the audience through a range of stories that were created on a specific day, the 11th of September 2012, and encouraging them to make connections, find a broader context. Through this process of discovery they are empowered, given a motive to research further, and question the information they receive on a daily basis.