|[AMRadio] Geez, ain't we all easily annoyed|
Jim Isbell, W5JAI
jim.isbell at gmail.com
Wed Jul 30 10:45:59 EDT 2008
OK, where is AMphone??? Another list to monitor...#8-(
This is why splintering a list is BAD. I had to join the new list so
I wouldnt miss anything. But if they had stayed on this list I would
only have to monitor ONE list. I probably wont post to it, but I have
to monitor it because some things will only be posted there....that
could have been posted here like they were in the past. Its not like
there was a huge deluge of mail to contend with.
On Wed, Jul 30, 2008 at 9:39 AM, w4wsz <w4wsz at embarqmail.com> wrote:
> Todd, are you near your phone ?
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Todd, KA1KAQ" <ka1kaq at gmail.com>
> To: <mkhess at kias.org>; "Discussion of AM Radio in the Amateur Service"
> <amradio at mailman.qth.net>
> Sent: Wednesday, July 30, 2008 10:34 AM
> Subject: Re: [AMRadio] Geez, ain't we all easily annoyed
>> On Wed, Jul 30, 2008 at 10:19 AM, M. K. Hess <mkhess at frontiernet.net>
>>> Why do hams ALWAYS have to have a cow over EVERYTHING....
>> I'm not sure that they do, Mark. although here in VT, we were
>> outnumbered by cows not so long ago. The influx from the cities fixed
>> that, along with us natives...well...having more cows. They're good on
>> the grill.
>>> Lighten up folks, it's a hobby!
>> Many of us who have been involved online with these things
>> (AM-specific) for, say - over a decade now, have seen this approach
>> before. We've seen the results, how pointless it is, and how the 'new
>> list' still needs to copy the old list when they have a real question.
>> We don't understand why anyone would bother with such an exercise in
>> futility, since together we are strongest. Not that it isn't your
>> God-given right to do so, because we support freedom too. As Jim
>> pointed out, this is nothing new. Consider it our good-natured way of
>> pointing it out.
>> BTW - I just posted some grainy shots of my BC transmitter over on
>> 'fone, having finally gotten it powered up a few months back. These
>> two resources are, to me, the ideal: the email list for a
>> less-structured QSO type of format, often with a rapid turnaround on
>> questions (many folks tend to be online for email, not logged into the
>> site), and the AMfone site for the more granular sections, ability to
>> post and view photos, schematics, and so on as well as the wealth of
>> information covered by both. Almost like having a book to refer to
>> when you can't ask a question. Even the little bit over overlap
>> through duplication is handy, it's helped me see things in once place
>> I had missed in the other. I can never thank Brian and Gary enough for
>> putting this all together years ago from their initial individual
>> Hope that adds some clarity, Mark. Especially about those cows.
>> ~ Todd, KA1KAQ (o:
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