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Re: Stickers !

stan W9SMR
 

Double Wow!!

Even I got a bag full of stickers.

Thank you Sticker Crew!!

And to a special APE Hunter, Sticker Stuffer, Jeff, W3WMU.

73,
Stan
W9SMR

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From: main@070Club.groups.io <main@070Club.groups.io> on behalf of Jerry N9AVY <n9avy@sbcglobal.net>
Sent: Wednesday, February 3, 2021 3:20 PM
To: main@070club.groups.io
Subject: [070Club] Stickers !

Wow ! I even got a pile of stickers I didn't expect ! Thank to all !

Jerry N9AVY


Re: Stickers !

W7RTL
 

Thanks for the stickers!
Well done everyone, Thank you
Rich

On Wed, Feb 3, 2021 at 1:51 PM Rick - N7WE <n7we1980@...> wrote:
Me too!  Lots of time, effort, and energy from a small group of dedicated volunteers that make this happen.  Many, many thanks!
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Rick - N7WE
070 - #1602


Re: Stickers !

Rick - N7WE
 

Me too!  Lots of time, effort, and energy from a small group of dedicated volunteers that make this happen.  Many, many thanks!
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Rick - N7WE
070 - #1602


30-meters @ 2200Z +/-

Peter, NN9K #2629
 

If all goes well I am planning to be on 30-meters starting about 2200z (4:00PMCDT) for an hour or so. Will also be watching http://n8fq.org/sked/index.php?board=podxs.
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Peter, NN9K


Stickers !

Jerry N9AVY
 

Wow !  I even got a pile of stickers I didn't expect ! Thank to all !

Jerry  N9AVY


Re: Winter Field Day Logging

 

Can we "etch this in stone" as what's entered in all contests where we submit a club entry?
ARRL, etc?

Milt.
N66G
070-650
LONP #76


-----Original Message-----
From: David, K9DWR <david@...>
To: main@070Club.groups.io
Sent: Wed, Feb 3, 2021 9:17 am
Subject: Re: [070Club] Winter Field Day Logging

* Mike N6STA <mike.rosmore@...> [2021-02-03 07:36]:
> Steve -
>
> I have a non-N1MM question for you: The WFD rules say we need to be consistent in what we enter for the CLUB field in order to get credit as a club.  So what should we all enter for the CLUB field?

This is what we used for Field Day; we should use the same thing: PODXS 070                                                                                     
That is, *all caps, one space, numbers 070             

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David, K9DWR
#1604 LONP #255
david@...






Re: Winter Field Day Logging

David, K9DWR
 

* Mike N6STA <mike.rosmore@gmail.com> [2021-02-03 07:36]:
Steve -

I have a non-N1MM question for you: The WFD rules say we need to be consistent in what we enter for the CLUB field in order to get credit as a club.  So what should we all enter for the CLUB field?
This is what we used for Field Day; we should use the same thing: PODXS 070
That is, *all caps, one space, numbers 070

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David, K9DWR
#1604 LONP #255
david@graniteweb.com


Re: Winter Field Day Logging

Mike N6STA
 

Steve -

I have a non-N1MM question for you: The WFD rules say we need to be consistent in what we enter for the CLUB field in order to get credit as a club.  So what should we all enter for the CLUB field?

Thanks.
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73 - Mike N6STA 1516


STICKERS AND MORE STICKERS

 

JUST GOT MY STICKERS FOR LAST YEAR TODAY. THANKS TO THE HARD WORK GUYS!!
73'S
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Dave NU4N #1657


stickers

BT Email
 

Thanks for the stickers I received in the post this morning. hopefully first of many.Thanks for all the hard work you all do and it is much appreciated. keep up the good work

stay safe 73 to all

Martin 2i0wai


Re: 30M

Brian D. Karcher
 

Looks like they have “smart” toilet paper holders already. 


73,
Brian
KG5GJT 


On Feb 1, 2021, at 6:48 PM, Jerry N9AVY <n9avy@...> wrote:


Think that might require an outhouse application  

jerry

On Monday, February 1, 2021, 06:39:08 PM CST, Stephen Melachrinos via groups.io <melachri@...> wrote:


I was going to say the same thing...

Remember Amazon Dash? The little buttons that you would post next to your appliances? Push the "Tide" button next to your washer and it reorders laundry detergent. Push the Ziploc button in the closet and you re-order plastic bags. Push the Quaker Oats button in the pantry and you get more oatmeal.

Amazon doesn't offer these any more (though existing ones will still work). But IoT is real, though sometimes (IMO) silly.

It wouldn't take much logic to add a weight sensor to a Dash button, embed it in the dispenser's roller, and have it place the order automatically when you get below a certain level (not only when it's empty).  If you calibrate your usage, the replacement would arrive (two-day delivery using Prime) right when you run out.

The real trick is getting the delivery guy to actually install it for you! But Amazon has a program called Key by Amazon In-House Delivery that gets you close.

Steve  


-----Original Message-----
From: David, K9DWR <david@...>
To: main@070Club.groups.io <main@070Club.groups.io>
Sent: Mon, Feb 1, 2021 7:26 pm
Subject: Re: [070Club] 30M

* Jerry N9AVY <n9avy@...> [2021-02-01 18:39]:
>  Wonder when they'll start putting computers in TP holders !   

That way it can text a request for a refill when you get stuck holding the end of the roll :-)

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David, K9DWR
#1604 LONP #255
david@...






Re: 30M

Jerry N9AVY
 

Think that might require an outhouse application  

jerry

On Monday, February 1, 2021, 06:39:08 PM CST, Stephen Melachrinos via groups.io <melachri@...> wrote:


I was going to say the same thing...

Remember Amazon Dash? The little buttons that you would post next to your appliances? Push the "Tide" button next to your washer and it reorders laundry detergent. Push the Ziploc button in the closet and you re-order plastic bags. Push the Quaker Oats button in the pantry and you get more oatmeal.

Amazon doesn't offer these any more (though existing ones will still work). But IoT is real, though sometimes (IMO) silly.

It wouldn't take much logic to add a weight sensor to a Dash button, embed it in the dispenser's roller, and have it place the order automatically when you get below a certain level (not only when it's empty).  If you calibrate your usage, the replacement would arrive (two-day delivery using Prime) right when you run out.

The real trick is getting the delivery guy to actually install it for you! But Amazon has a program called Key by Amazon In-House Delivery that gets you close.

Steve  


-----Original Message-----
From: David, K9DWR <david@...>
To: main@070Club.groups.io <main@070Club.groups.io>
Sent: Mon, Feb 1, 2021 7:26 pm
Subject: Re: [070Club] 30M

* Jerry N9AVY <n9avy@...> [2021-02-01 18:39]:
>  Wonder when they'll start putting computers in TP holders !   

That way it can text a request for a refill when you get stuck holding the end of the roll :-)

--
David, K9DWR
#1604 LONP #255
david@...






Re: 30M

Jerry N9AVY
 

Or tell you the roll is on backwards !  EmojiEmoji

Jerry  N9AVY


On Monday, February 1, 2021, 06:26:08 PM CST, David, K9DWR <david@...> wrote:


* Jerry N9AVY <n9avy@...> [2021-02-01 18:39]:
>  Wonder when they'll start putting computers in TP holders !   

That way it can text a request for a refill when you get stuck holding the end of the roll :-)

--
David, K9DWR
#1604 LONP #255
david@...






Re: 30M

Stephen Melachrinos
 

I was going to say the same thing...

Remember Amazon Dash? The little buttons that you would post next to your appliances? Push the "Tide" button next to your washer and it reorders laundry detergent. Push the Ziploc button in the closet and you re-order plastic bags. Push the Quaker Oats button in the pantry and you get more oatmeal.

Amazon doesn't offer these any more (though existing ones will still work). But IoT is real, though sometimes (IMO) silly.

It wouldn't take much logic to add a weight sensor to a Dash button, embed it in the dispenser's roller, and have it place the order automatically when you get below a certain level (not only when it's empty).  If you calibrate your usage, the replacement would arrive (two-day delivery using Prime) right when you run out.

The real trick is getting the delivery guy to actually install it for you! But Amazon has a program called Key by Amazon In-House Delivery that gets you close.

Steve  


-----Original Message-----
From: David, K9DWR <david@...>
To: main@070Club.groups.io <main@070Club.groups.io>
Sent: Mon, Feb 1, 2021 7:26 pm
Subject: Re: [070Club] 30M

* Jerry N9AVY <n9avy@...> [2021-02-01 18:39]:
>  Wonder when they'll start putting computers in TP holders !   

That way it can text a request for a refill when you get stuck holding the end of the roll :-)

--
David, K9DWR
#1604 LONP #255
david@...






Re: 30M

David, K9DWR
 

* Jerry N9AVY <n9avy@sbcglobal.net> [2021-02-01 18:39]:
Wonder when they'll start putting computers in TP holders !   
That way it can text a request for a refill when you get stuck holding the end of the roll :-)

--
David, K9DWR
#1604 LONP #255
david@graniteweb.com


30M

Randy True
 

Giving 30 a go for a while, 6:35PM Eastern

Randy W4RTT


Re: 30M

Brian (N2MLP)
 

Plus they sell you product support  that useless

 

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         de N2MLP Brian

       Monroe County PA

 

 

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From: main@070Club.groups.io [mailto:main@070Club.groups.io] On Behalf Of Richard Rohrer
Sent: Monday, February 1, 2021 11:23 AM
To: main@070Club.groups.io
Subject: Re: [070Club] 30M

 

I totally agree with Jerry and Dan.  I used HRD for many years until I looked at how much cpu it was taking up.  Since I mostly used the DM780, I really did not need all of the features provided in HRD, so I switched to Fldigi.  I also second the thought on radios.  We have gone from a half dozen control to so many you need stacked menus to fit everything.  I told the xyl the other day that I probably use about 1/4 of the capability of my IC7410.  I noticed the same thing with her camera.  Since they put a computer in everything now, there seems to be a need to have it do more.  

73
Dick - KC3EF


Re: 30M

Jerry N9AVY
 

Wonder when they'll start putting computers in TP holders !   Emoji

Jerry  n9avy



On Monday, February 1, 2021, 10:22:49 AM CST, Richard Rohrer <kc3ef@...> wrote:


I totally agree with Jerry and Dan.  I used HRD for many years until I looked at how much cpu it was taking up.  Since I mostly used the DM780, I really did not need all of the features provided in HRD, so I switched to Fldigi.  I also second the thought on radios.  We have gone from a half dozen control to so many you need stacked menus to fit everything.  I told the xyl the other day that I probably use about 1/4 of the capability of my IC7410.  I noticed the same thing with her camera.  Since they put a computer in everything now, there seems to be a need to have it do more.  

73
Dick - KC3EF


Re: 30M

Richard Rohrer
 

I totally agree with Jerry and Dan.  I used HRD for many years until I looked at how much cpu it was taking up.  Since I mostly used the DM780, I really did not need all of the features provided in HRD, so I switched to Fldigi.  I also second the thought on radios.  We have gone from a half dozen control to so many you need stacked menus to fit everything.  I told the xyl the other day that I probably use about 1/4 of the capability of my IC7410.  I noticed the same thing with her camera.  Since they put a computer in everything now, there seems to be a need to have it do more.  

73
Dick - KC3EF


Re: Winter Field Day

DAVE KB3RAN 1692/381
 

This looks promising.  I'll look at ADIF2CABR closely and see if I can make that work.  But I think going to fldigi and adding the exchange fields will be easier.  Then just create a Cabrillo report.  Next time I'll log the exchange on fldigi rather than QRZ.  

I had fun with this contest.  Got a lot of new callsigns in my logbook and some old familiar ones, too. 

Dave
KB3RAN
1692


-----Original Message-----
From: Rick - N7WE <n7we1980@...>
To: main@070Club.groups.io
Sent: Mon, Feb 1, 2021 11:08 am
Subject: Re: [070Club] Winter Field Day

Dave-
Might have a look at http://sp7dqr.pl/en/converters.php  Among many others, he has a download called ADIF2CABR.  I've never used it so don't know if it works or not.  Hope that helps.
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Rick - N7WE
070 - #1602

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Dave H KB3RAN 1692/381

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