A shortened interview with astronaut Col. Frank Borman is worthy read. He sounds to be a refreshingly no-nonsense man who is clearly rare among his generation and surely even more so were he among subsequent generations.
Science Daily had a recent article about a group of linguists working to clarify what Armstrong said when he stepped onto the Moon. His Ohio accent has apparently stumped people for almost half a century.
Brief new bits like this are quite enjoyable. It's nice to read about people working to clear up mysteries, no matter how trivial.