As part of the commemoration of the 50th anniversary of JFK's death, the JFK Library and Museum has come up with a website, An Idea Lives On.
The site will act as a forum from people of all ages to share their experiences about John F. Kennedy. The best part of the website is that even people who were not born at the time of Kennedy's assassination can share their views about him.
The museum has planned certain activities on his 50th death anniversary that falls on Friday. It has been planned that exhibition will be organized of items that have never been displayed before. Some of the items that will become part of the exhibition are the notes written by First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy and the flag that was used to drape his coffer.
There are a number of options that the website will offer to users. There are a number of videos that visitors can see like NASA Commander Chris Cassidy, former Massachusetts Gov. Michael Dukakis and Freedom Rider Charles Person.
"He was an ambitious president. In a way that's how we see this. You can't stop trying to instill in young people the ideas he instilled in my generation", affirmed Tom McNaught, Director of the Kennedy Library Foundation.