[AMRadio] Geez, ain't we all easily annoyed


Peter Markavage manualman at juno.com
Wed Jul 30 11:31:38 EDT 2008


It is the best AM related site that exists today. Now with over 2200
members, it will dazzle you with the AM related information that's posted
there on a daily basis. Whether it's old and crusty, big and bulky, new
and full of wiz-bang knobs, etc., if it's AM related, or has AM operator
interest, you can discuss it, post photos of it, post drawings,
schematics, pictures of your dog holding a microphone, KYV expounding on
the virtues of QEX over QST, a large For Sale/Want Section where you can
actually post pictures of stuff you're selling or need, and tons of other
stuff all in one place. In my opinion, in the realm of amateur radio
discussion and fun sites, www.amfone.net stands high above all others.

Pete, wa2cwa



On Wed, 30 Jul 2008 11:02:56 -0400 "Todd, KA1KAQ" <ka1kaq at gmail.com>
writes:
> On Wed, Jul 30, 2008 at 10:45 AM, Jim Isbell, W5JAI
> <jim.isbell at gmail.com> wrote:
> > OK, where is AMphone???  Another list to monitor...#8-(
> 
> It's a website/BBS Jim:
> 
> http://amfone.net
> 
> This was Brian's original domain name back in.....when was in 
> Brian?
> Late 90s? Early 2000? Gary W2INR (then N2INR) ran a site called the 
> AM
> Classifieds and Brian had AMfone. They combined them some years 
> back
> with excellent results. Here's a direct link to the history:
> 
> http://amfone.net/amfonehistory.htm
> 
> Think of it more as a complimentary site and not another email list
> Jim, because it's not a list at all. We can post photos, diagrams,
> manuals, things not easily dealt with via email, on the site for 
> all
> to use and enjoy. And we can chatter away here.
> 
> As far as missing anything, I wouldn't worry too much. After a 
> while,
> you get a good idea of where to be - where the activity is. In the
> world of AM, this reflector and its sister site AMfone.net should
> handle your needs and questions quite well. And there are a TON of
> interesting webpages out there to peruse as well. I remember when
> there were 5 or 6, including Nick England's page, John Brewer's
> 'Boatscape', Brian's site and a couple others. Thought I'd wear 
> those
> .jpegs and links out.
> 
> ~ Todd,  KA1KAQ
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