Homebrew Web Site, New Homebrew PODCAST

Homebrew Web Site, New Homebrew PODCAST

Post by meara.lon.. » Mon, 29 Aug 2005 16:15:55

I've updated my web site and added some new homebrew content.

http://www.qsl.net/n2cqr/

I've also included info on a new PODCAST program on homebrewing that
Mike, KL7R, and I have put together. It is called SolderSmoke and I
think it will be of interest to members of these groups. Mike (in
Juneau) and I (in London) regularly discuss our homebrew projects.
We've turned the QSOs into a kind of radio program. You can listen to
it via your computer, or you can subscribe and have episodes
automatically downloaded to your MP-3 player.  Then you can listen to
homebrew-oriented QSOs while on your way to work, or wherever.

I hope you like it.  Feedback welcome.  Here is the URL for the
website: http://www.qsl.net/n2cqr/

73 from London
Bill N2CQR M0HBR CU2JL

 
 
 

Homebrew Web Site, New Homebrew PODCAST

Post by Johnso » Mon, 29 Aug 2005 21:12:52


Nice to see a VF-1 still in operation -- I used this with an SB10 adapter
about 4 decades ago.


Quote:> I've updated my web site and added some new homebrew content.

> http://www.qsl.net/n2cqr/

> I've also included info on a new PODCAST program on homebrewing that
> Mike, KL7R, and I have put together. It is called SolderSmoke and I
> think it will be of interest to members of these groups. Mike (in
> Juneau) and I (in London) regularly discuss our homebrew projects.
> We've turned the QSOs into a kind of radio program. You can listen to
> it via your computer, or you can subscribe and have episodes
> automatically downloaded to your MP-3 player.  Then you can listen to
> homebrew-oriented QSOs while on your way to work, or wherever.

> I hope you like it.  Feedback welcome.  Here is the URL for the
> website: http://www.qsl.net/n2cqr/

> 73 from London
> Bill N2CQR M0HBR CU2JL