Some people have said nice things…

Everyone’s been so lovely, we thought we’d share some of the things they’ve said.

What could possibly be cooler…gorgeous, elegant and easy-to-use

time.com (11 May, 2011)

Seriously cool.

TechCrunch (7 May, 2011)

A must-visit site for space enthusiasts.

Kim Komando Cool Site of the Day (11 Apr, 2011)

Spacelog is awesome.

Rock, Paper, Shotgun (5 Dec, 2010)

This is the kind of historical documentation and access that reminds us of why the internet is so, insanely awesome.

Engadget (2 Dec, 2010)

…highly addictive…

The Huffington Post (2 Dec, 2010)

[Spacelog] is the best thing ever on the internet!

Matt Jones (1 Dec, 2010)

Wonderful stuff.

Jason Kottke (1 Dec, 2010)

I absolutely love this. Spacelog.org is taking the radio transcripts from NASA missions, pairing them with great graphic design, and making the whole thing searchable and linkable. The result: A delightfully immersive perspective on history.

Boing Boing (1 Dec, 2010)

If this isn’t making content meaningful, accessible (in a traditional sense), and enjoyable to consume, I don’t know what is.

Cameron Moll (1 Dec, 2010)

Journalists

Writing a story, article or blog post? Get in touch with us via our Google Group. We would be happy to chat with you about any of the missions we cover or about Spacelog itself.

Speaking & Writing

We’re always keen to talk about Spacelog and the unique process behind it. Particularly if you’re in or around the London area, and would like a member or two from the Spacelog team to speak at your event, please get in touch. We’ve spoken about the project at Oxford Geek Nights & Brighton Skillswap, and written about it for 24Ways.