This is fascinating. Original NASA transcripts from early space exploration. The transcript formatting reads like blog comments or a Twitter conversation. Every comment has a permanent URI — here’s the original “Houston, we’ve had a problem.” Additional controls at the bottom of each page reveal the original transcript and a map showing where the crew was during the conversation.

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

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    OMG this is so cool!!
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    Fantastic space-nerdery right here.
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    I’m in awe with the interface design. pretty darn awesome.
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    Working Mission Control is the best. Here’s a glimpse of what it’s like…