PARP 17 – Interview with Chris Matthieu, N7ICE

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Podcast Number 17 – Podcast ver. 17.2 - March 28, 2009 (43.7 MB, runtime 47:46)
Our very first interview segment.  This interview was recorded 3 weeks ago and while the audio quality isn’t as good as it could be, I have made changes and future interviews will sound better.

This interview is with Chris Matthieu, N7ICE.  Chris is the owner of many amateur radio related websites including  http://73s.org/, http://hambrief.tv/, http://hamfeed.com/ and HamVision.  Chris also discussed two new website ideas he is currently brainstorming.  These sites are still under construction.  http://hamiq.com/ and http://hamrad.io/.  Remember if you have ideas on how Chris might best leverage these new sites, please drop us an email

As always, thank you for listening and thank you for telling your friends.

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PARP 16 – Emergency Communications part II

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Podcast Number 16 – Podcast ver. 16.2 – March 15, 2009 (35.5 MB, runtime 31:04)
Part two of a multi-part feature segment discussing Emergency Communications and discuss ARES, RACES, SATERN and MARS groups. I also recommend speaking with your local amateur radio club as many clubs will also provide emergency communications within your local community.

I introduce you to Peter Goodhall, M3PHP from Oxford, England. Peter’s personal website is http://www.m3php.com/. We discuss in detail Peter’s PrettyGoodProjects website located at http://www.prettygoodprojects.com/. At prettygoodprojects.com you’ll find Peter’s project sites including http://www.hamtests.co.uk/ and http://www.hamtests.net/. Additionally, http://www.whatsmylocator.co.uk/, http://www.myip.prettygoodprojects.com/, http://www.pickmyrig.com/ and http://www.dxanywhere.com/. A special congrats from the Practical Amateur Radio Podcast to Peter and his team for winning the RSGB Kenwood Trophy for “Making significant contributions to training and development in amateur radio within the United Kingdom.

As always, thank you for listening and thank you for telling your friends.

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