The website I am most recently fascinated with is "The Ageless Project," a site that links to widely varied participating blogs - all organized by the decade in which the blogger was born. It was brought to my attention after I made the aquaintance - online - of Savtadotty, a lovely lady whose blog is at Cousin Lucy's Spoon and has a link to The Ageless Project. I have barely begun to explore the various blogs linked to the project but my favorite find thus far has been Goldendaze. Goldendaze is the blog of a 74 year old woman living in South Carolina and in recent posts she recounts her memories of the McCarthy trials, seeing Fantasia as a child when it was first released in '41 and what airports were like in the 50's as well as musing on things more current in her life, like a woman she met in her AA meeting who had a profound impact on her. I'm absolutely hooked.
I know the Ageless project also links to blogs written by people my age and on down to young teens (the youngest is 13), but right now I am most fascinated with reading the first hand perspective of people who remember things that happened long before I was born.