I often tell my wife that we watched our kids grow up through the viewfinder of this or that film or video camera. And it is not far from the truth. Then I receive this spot-on correspondence from Becky Robinson of the company Weaving Influence.
An open discussion of the effects of rapid technological change on media and society in general--and the hobby of amateur radio in particular by Don Keith N4KC.
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This blog is intended to be a forum for rational discussion about activities and issues related to changing technology as it affects all of us, including but not limited to the wonderful hobby of amateur radio. Your participation is not only welcomed, it is encouraged. I'm not aware of anything similar in the "blogsphere," so I hope this simple effort will become an active "frequency" where everyone will feel free to discuss topics in a reasonable way and learn from each other. Nothing is off limits! Technical posts are welcome, as well as comments and thoughts about regulations, modes of operation, operating practices, media, advertising and other rapid technological change and its effect on society.
Change is inevitable. How we react to that change will determine how it effects our lifestyles, our families, our hobby.
I also hope this blog will lead to more thoughful and well-informed discussion than what we typically see on such forums as eHam.net and QRZ.com. And that it will become an active Elmer forum for others interested in or new to amateur radio.