The Verge: NASA would like you to record memories of the first Moon landing

The Verge: NASA would like you to record memories of the first Moon landing. “If you remember where you were when astronaut Neil Armstrong stepped onto the Moon’s surface for the first time — or you know someone whose memory stretches back to the summer of ‘69 — NASA needs your help.”

Collect Space: Apollo Press Kits website showcases moon landing media guides

Collect Space: Apollo Press Kits website showcases moon landing media guides. ” A new online archive is showcasing the original guides to the historic Apollo 11 moon landing mission: 50-year-old press kits. [The site], curated by David Meerman Scott, offers free access to high-quality scans of more than three dozen company, contractor and government-prepared press kits that documented the diverse aspects of the historic 1969 lunar expedition. “

Best Classic Bands: Bethel Woods Launches Online Woodstock Archive

Best Classic Bands: Bethel Woods Launches Online Woodstock Archive. “The Museum at Bethel Woods, located at the site of the 1969 Woodstock Music & Art Fair in Bethel, N.Y., has launched an online archive of Woodstock photography and video from its collection, making rare archival images available to the public for the first time on the eve of the festival’s 49th anniversary.”