In the Media
What do USA Today, the New York Times, PBS, and the Christian
Science Monitor have in common? Well, probably a lot of things. One is
that they all have recognized our sites as the sites to turn to for
information on our favorite decades! They are not alone. Here are a few
When the New York Times put together a
site for students to learn about the 20th Century, they turned to
Super70s.com to cover the 1970s and Awesome80s.com to cover the 1980s. PBS
similarly used our article on the Pet Rock for a PBSKids.com site about
online advertising and has referenced us on the companion site to
their documentary on commercial
When the Tallahassee Democrat needed a quote for
an article contrasting the Challenger
tragedy with the Columbia tragedy, they turned to Awesome80s.com.
The American Press Institute called Super70s.com a "great
flashback site" and the Christian Science Monitor staff has added
both of our sites to their "Monitor Web Directory: sites we
USA Today named us a HotSite in March of 2002: "Like TV
signals wafting through space, the 1970s continue to lurk in the Internet.
Super70s.com brings back all the hits: Nixon, Kent State, Charlie's Angels
and the Pet Rock..."
CNET Radio interviewed me as part of a segment on Super70s.com in
February 2001. Sea Magazine, Owl Magazine, Scholastic Books,
and the Cambridge University Press have also used our materials for their
Thanks for visiting!
Founder of Super70s.com
Not all who find us invaluable are
willing to give us credit. When NBA.com wanted to promote 70s night for
the Washington Bullets in early 2003, they copied and pasted parts of our
pages unmodified and without credit. I wouldn't have mentioned it here but
for the lack of either an apology or credit from them in our
communications. Still, they knew who to turn to for such information.