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Archive for October, 2008

Google earth and hamradio


Posted: October 31st, 2008 under Hamradio, Software.

Google Earth is a great program in many ways, and it can also have many uses in hamradio. I have among other things, used it to find big hamstations, locate IOTA’s and also DXCC’s. I will present a few useful links here. To get Google Earth, download it here.       A few interesting and […]


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Google Earth for iPhone and iPod Touch


Posted: October 28th, 2008 under Software.

m4s0n501 An exciting new application was released for the iPhone and the iPod Touch Sunday October 26. It’s Google Earth. If you haven’t given Google Earth a try, you’re missing out on a great program. In few words, Google Earth is a virtual globe program with very detailed views of the earth. The images are […]


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3Y0X – Dxpedition video


Posted: October 27th, 2008 under DX, Dxpedition, Hamradio, Movie.

To follow up on my earlier post about dxpedition videos, here is another one. This time it’s the video from Peter 1 Island. The expedition was back in 2006, so not really hot news, but I’m trying to list all expedition videos I know about.  The DVD tells the whole 3YØX story, from beginning to […]


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TO5DX – St. Barthelemy worked for a new one


Posted: October 24th, 2008 under DX, Dxpedition, Hamradio, Soundclips.

Finally. St. Barthelemy is in the log. That makes 320 total. I have followed the activity during the week, but never had a chance to work them. The band and time just hasn’t been correct for me. However, on Thursday, I had time before work, and they finally popped up on 40M. They had a […]


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WordPress 2.6.3 released – vulnerability fix


Posted: October 24th, 2008 under Homepage, Software.

A new version was just released. It’s a minor update with a vulnerability fix in the Snoopy library. WordPress uses Snoopy to fetch the feeds shown in the Dashboard. It’s low risk, but I updated anyhow. In the link below, you can download 2 files and upload, so the update is a quick one. http://wordpress.org/development/2008/10/wordpress-263/


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