In this episode I talk about some stuff I bought at a recent amateur radio rally.
Hosted by MrX on 2018-02-12 is flagged as Explicit and is released under a CC-BY-SA license.
Tags: Amateur Radio, Ham Radio.
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"I can hear you between my signals."
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This netcast is a personal project. From time to time in my life I've encountered things that I want to share with others. Sharing will be the name of the game here. The topics are sure to be varied, from computers and technology to politics and sociology, from pet peeves to in-depth software how-tos. I'm not sure there's any way to put a classification on what you might hear when you listen, but the hope is that no matter what the subject it will always lead to outrage, thoughtful contemplation, sounds of disgust, a nod of agreement, a fist-shake of righteous indignation. If I can spark some neural activity or inspire a conversation, I have done my job properly.
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Intro and Outro music is "Sly Bone" by Larry Seyer.
Links to the stuff I bought at a recent amateur radio rally I attended.
Comment #1 posted on 2018-03-01T15:28:35Z by Dave Morriss
Quite a haul!
I envy your finds! I didn't know there were such events in this part of the world.
Comment #2 posted on 2018-03-10T15:14:56Z by MrX
Re Quite a haul!
Hi Dave I'm not surprised you didn't know about this as there are not many amateur radio rallies held in these parts I only know about it because I was a long time ago a member of the Cockenzie and Port Seton Amateur Radio Club. This event is a mini radio rally it originally went under the title of junk night but has since gone up market, it's held at Cockenzie & Port Seton Community Centre usually around the beginning of August, I've been going there for a number of years now best bit about it is meeting up with old friends and sampling some of the home made food. On the haul I usually end up with very little I just happened to be lucky this year.
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