Thursday, April 11, 2013

Introduction to Space Access 2013

Today I am in Phoenix.  I'll take a departure from the normal topics which I blog about.  For the next three days I'll be capturing the thoughts being shared at Space Access 2013.

I like my brother's explanation of Space Access as “There are lots of people thinking about getting into space. There are lots of people who talk about getting into space. Space Access is run by people who are doing the work.” It is attended by entrepreneurs and people looking for practical steps to moving into space.

It has the feel of Silicon Valley in the late 1970s.  The big technology companies were scattered across the United States, and across the world.  Yet dozens of people like Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak were working in their garages to rapidly push technology into new areas like the personal computer.  They changed the world.

Space Access has the same types of people.  Many of they are also working out of their garages and are rapidly pushing technology. And I think they will also change the world.

I am hear with my father and one of my daughters.  One of my brothers should join us in another hour.  It should be a fun couple of days.

Here are are the entry points for notes of previous years:

Space Access 2007

Space Access 2008

Space Access 2009

Space Access 2010

Space Access 2012


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