Re: new space website
You might try <http://www.space-space.com>. My various Yahoo space
forums can be found linked from there. My forums have quite a few links
David Chandler wrote:
I've just set up a website that's a little bit different, and I'm very
interested in getting some feedback and suggestions about it.
It's a directory of websites -- essentially an online list of
bookmarks, but with about a sentence of description for each -- related
to space and astronomy. This includes listings of blogs as well as
traditional news outlets, agencies and company sites. I've tried to
strike a balance between having a thorough enough listing so that even
people who follow these fields might discover a few new sites, while not
being so comprehensive that it's overwhelming or contains a lot of
I haven't come across anything quite like this. There are exhaustive
lists without descriptions, and much narrower selective lists, but I'm
trying to make this something that people could go to as a way of
checking out a lot of links quickly, such as scanning a series of blogs.
Does it seem like a useful idea at all? Are there ways it could be set
up to make it more so? Are there important or useful sites, or even
whole categories, that I should add?
The site is Space Places, at www.spaceplaces.net
Please let me know what you think, preferably by using the email link on
Mark Reiff <markreiff@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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