|[AMRadio] Re: NE1S web pages overhaul|
km1h at jeremy.mv.com
Sat Jan 5 21:03:40 EST 2008
I even knew it was a Falcon dash before the rest showed, never loaded that
far before. Ive had several Falcolns myself but most were V8's.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Larry Szendrei" <ne1s at neandertech.com>
To: "'PAWA list'" <PAWA-Maine at mailman.qth.net>; "AM Reflector"
<amradio at mailman.qth.net>; "Glowbugs" <glowbugs at piobaire.mines.uidaho.edu>;
"AWA Reflector" <antiquewirelessassociation at yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Saturday, January 05, 2008 7:17 PM
Subject: [AMRadio] Re: NE1S web pages overhaul
>I know it's considered bad form to reply to your own posting, but what the
> Thanks to thoughtful suggestions from you fine folks, I've:
> 1) reduced the file size of MOST of the images to > 1/4 of their original
> 2) Changed the background to a plain color to make it much easier to read
> the text.
> 3) MAY be able to move to a server with greater bandwidth. Stay tuned!
> If you were having problems loading before and gave up, try it again now
> that the images have lost most of their bits.
> 73 and "thanks for the bandwidth."
> Larry Szendrei wrote:
>> Greetings and a very happy new year to all!
>> Being on vacation last week, I took some time to do a major overhaul of
>> my web page at www.qsl.net/ne1s/
>> In particular, you may be interested in checking out what I've put
>> together for the 1926 ARRL Handbook regenerative receiver at:
>> and, for my "Old Buzzard Rig" at
>> The last time I did any updates was sometime around 2000 or so, so this
>> was long overdue. Back then I had written all the html by hand from a
>> text editor, and was afraid I'd have to do that again. However, instead I
>> decided to join the 21st century and I used Open Office to make my edits
>> and create new pages. Many of the graphics are pretty large files at
>> ~400Kb each. I plan on trying to shrink then to a more reasonable size,
>> as long as the quality doesn't suffer too much, and as soon as I figure
>> out how! (I spend a lot more time with my radios than messing with this
>> kind of thing.) In the mean time, please bear with me.
>> I hope you find this stuff interesting and enjoyable; feedback and
>> suggestions for improvement are most welcome.
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