We have created a number of websites for you which are all
designed with the same easy-to-navigate interface and so integrated that you
often don't realize you have gone from one to another unless you notice the logo
change at the top. Here they are:
and coming soon:
plus a site (PopCultureverse.com) which will cover the 60s and
We aim to be accurate, informative, irreverent when appropriate, and
in the media have recognized our efforts as have our
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What We're Trying To Accomplish Here
When I first
thought about creating a site about the 1970s of this size and scope, it was
partly as a result of not being able to find information on the cool things I
remembered from my childhood. If I wanted to read about virtual reality,
President Clinton, or O.J. Simpson, there were no shortage of sites. But if I
wanted to read about disco, the Pet Rock fad, or Watergate, there was little if
I want to cover the 1970s (referred to as the Super70s here) and 1980s
(Awesome80s) in as much detail as possible. I want our generation to be able to
visit this site as we grow older and feel nostalgic for the books, people,
music, movies and events that shaped our lives. I want future generations to
know what it was like to be alive in the 70s and 80s. It is my hope that two
hundred years from now, this site will be used to understand what life was like
for the six billion humans on this planet in the latter part of the 20th
At some point in our future, you will be able to go back in time to ANY date
in either of those decades and find out:
- What songs were popular
- What movies were in the theatres
- What the sports scores were
- What the price of gas was
- What the news stories were
- And much more!
It will be like being able to view a newspaper or magazine from the time
except that your stories will be there too! It will be a great
link to send to a friend on their birthday. Won't that be cool?
A project to create a baseball section for our 70s and 80s sites quickly grew
into a site that now covers the complete history of the sport! BaseballChronology.com
is actually our biggest site.
I later realized that a 90s site was needed. Much work needs to be done, but
we at least have the name (Virtual90s.com). And after literally hundreds
of requests, I have finally decided to tackle the 60s and earlier decades with PopCultureverse.com.
Do you want such a site to exist as you get older and more nostalgic? You can
help make it a reality by supporting
We NEED You!
Our sites are for you, about you, and by you. We want you to
share your stories about the these years. These stories can be about anything.
Clothing that you loved, movies that you saw, news events you witnessed, fads
you bought into - anything! Just find the appropriate page on our site, go down
to the Share You Memories section, and click on the link to our
Don't be discouraged just because we haven't covered it yet; covering these
decades is a monumental task and we've got several thousand more pages to
create. If you have pictures or other media which you own the rights to, we'd
really appreciate it if you would share those with our other readers as well.
Read more about how to help out here.
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