- alabama amateur radio antitronics antitronics nycresistor makerbot arduino ares arrl Baofeng bjhs disaster documentary film earthquake emcomm flying monkey Gigapan hamradio ham radio immigration Japan linux maker MakerBot martin sheen nyc resistor planetubuntu red cross sdr softrock tornado ubuntu ubuntu-hams ubuntu-kernel ubuntu linux uds
- RT @NathanFillion: It's "on purpose" and "by accident". 5 days ago
- "I don’t want to be a rare successful female writer. I just want to be a successful writer" - Sophia McDougall bit.ly/1mIWAj6 1 week ago
- RT @Aethylred: HTTP 418: I need some epoxy, a teapot, and an ardino kit. evilmadscientist.com/2014/http-erro… 1 week ago
- #AgentsofSHIELD @MoTancharoen SHIELD is real bit.ly/1llV8Bz 1 week ago
- Out now: Libre Graphics magazine issue 2.2, Gendering F/LOSS libregraphicsmag.com 1 week ago
- Ubuntu File System Benchmarking
- Baofeng Packet Radio Adventures
- Politics – Things we can agree on, and discovering a method
- Antenna modeling, part 2
- Antenna modeling using nec2c on Ubuntu Linux
- I feel like I found an easter egg!
- Amateur radio operators: How to prepare to assist in disasters
- Crowdsourcing incentives, and applications for open source communities
- Would you like to help after the next disaster?
Category Archives: Uncategorized
No really? Have I abandoned this blog for that long? I’ve been posting updates on projects and such to g+, but that’s not very discoverable, so I think I’ll come back here and post about some longer-form topics.
Disclaimer: I’m going to start using Amazon affiliate links for books that I recommend. I’ve prepared another video about how to use xnec2c. Here’s the link to the video on blip.tv This one begins to explain the input file format … Continue reading
This is an open letter to all hams involved in disaster planning or recovery. Now that things have settled down a bit after the recent disaster in Madison county, those who participated are beginning to compare notes and stories, write … Continue reading
Quickly while I have network access, and mostly pasted from an email. Feel free to pass all this to any friends, family or coworkers. The area near us which had the most damage is called Anderson Hills, and the same … Continue reading
I changed domain registrars, and this resulted in a hiccup that I’ve now solved. The site was inaccessible for the last few days, but as soon as the DNS records propagate, everyone should be able to get here again.