crazyness!! - MyMoon

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I don't know how else to say it. Last night's webcast with Phil Plait was deliciously crazy! Over 160 peeps signed in to chat with Phil, and we thank every single one of them. A big thank you goes out to Phil. He is either one excited human being, or a giant anthropomorphic sugar cube. Phil's got a lot of energy, but he obviously loves what he does.

Those of you who have participated in a MyMoon webcast in the past know the routine. I yammer on for a few minutes about logistical stuff, introduce the speaker, then hand it over to the speaker for roughly 10-15 minutes. After that, we take questions from the audience or I ask questions submitted ahead of time. That's typical, maybe even somewhat boring. Last night's webcast was anything but typical. Questions were coming at Phil in the question box, he couldn't keep up! The great thing was, well there were two great things; number one, I didn't have to say a word, and two, every question was a fantastic question!

I could go on and on about the webcast, but I'm not going to. You can watch a recording of the webcast in all its glory as soon as the good folks at NASA Ames send me the link to the recording. Don't ask why this hinges on NASA Ames. It just does. Luckily, they're pretty quick over there so I hope to have the link in the next day or two. Keep watching the blog, Twitter, and Facebook. I will post the link in all those places as soon as I get it.


Alec E.

Thursday Feb-10-2011

Can you say 226% increase in site traffic?! Bravo to Phil for being remarkably interesting. And thanks to everyone who showed up to make it a success!

Andy S.

Thursday Feb-10-2011

Oh DSBJ!! That's awesome!

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