Check out the upgraded MaryFerrell.org. I didn’t think it could get better. But it has.
The site, created by Rex Bradford (co-founder of JFK Facts) has long been the indispensable source on the JFK assassination. With 1 million pages of JFK assassination records on line, the Mary Ferrell site exemplifies the reality that civil society, empowered by the Internet, is far far ahead of the government and the news media in promoting understanding of November 22.
By contrast, the U.S. government, ie, the National Archives has a couple of hundred pages of JFK records online.
Now Bradford has added a bunch of additional functions (some of them amazing. The changes will make anyone’ r research into the JFK story easier and quicker, more powerful and more productive. You can zoom in on documents. You can link to documents within documents. You can search for photos. And much more.
Bradford is one of those tech mavens who figures out the cool things you would like to do with technology and delivers it to you — before you even knew what you wanted.
So don’t hesitate or delay. If you are not a member of the Mary Ferrell site, sign up now.