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Thursday, October 28, 2010

Spaceports blog has over 1-million views

The Spaceports blog has be honored to have over 1-million views by readers in countries on every continent of the globe since the count started 31 December 2006. Many of the blog readers interact via Linked-In, Twitter, e-mail, cellular call, post comments, participation in polls, or more often, follow or subscribe to the daily space science information flow.

English philosopher John Locke said it best. "The improvement of understanding is for two ends: first, our own increase of knowledge; secondly, to enable us to deliver that knowledge to others." Locke's statement is apropos. The endeavor here is to learn by applied journalism; secondly, to share the quest for humanity to become spacefaring.

A simple 'thank you' for coming along seems so inadequate.

2 comments:

Koops said...

Spacports is always top of my list of blogs-to-check-up-on. A wonderful way of staying in touch with all developments space- and science-oriented. Well done and congratulations.

Doug Weathers said...

Jack,

Thank YOU for your careful and meticulous reporting on the space stories I don't have the time to dig up on my own. I learn a lot from your blog.

If you're ever in southern New Mexico (like, for example, to cover the first manned flight from Spaceport America), we have a spare bedroom if you need it.

Drop me a line at dougw@spamcop.net .

Congratulations, and another big THANK YOU!

- Doug