So, for a month or so now, my posts have been syndicating on AmateurRadio.com and a couple of my articles have gotten some response. 1 that I would like to review and still get some info on is my ‘Who’s Using 6 Meters?‘ post. (AmateurRadio.com post)I’m still very curious what the deal is with 6 meters.
I guess I just can’t get my head around it. So I think I need to do something locally to get 6 meter activity going. Maybe setup that net I was talking about in the article. That would be a good way to go I think. Make it an informal thing, and invite as many local people to be a part of it as I could. The question would be, when to do it? Weekends? Weeknights? I don’t want to make anyone miss Football or The Big Bang Theory.
The only other thing I want to get comments on from people, are the dual posting of stories on AmateurRadio.com. None of the other writers and I really co-ordinate what we are all working on or anything. I just find a story and post it with my own style. And I usually don’t go to the site on a regular basis because of my work schedule and when I write my stories. So I’m curious how people feel about that. I guess you can get multiple views on the stories, but doesn’t that get kind of frustrating?So I would love to know what others think about it.
Please comment below. Thanks, and Make Mine Marvel!! (Peter Parker will ALWAYS be Spider-Man!)
Rich also writes a Tech blog and posts stories every Tuesday and Thursday on Q103, Albany’s #1 Rock Station website, as well as Amateur Radio stories every Monday thru Friday on AmiZed Studios and hosts a podcast called The Kim & Rich Show with his fiance’ Kim Dunne.