The moon was fairly impressive looking this morning. I spotted it as I was getting into my car on the way to work. Being a Amateur Radio operator, I was wondering why no one has put a repeater on the moon. It appears that there are several reasons.
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My Pigtails arrived. Hopefully, this weekend, I’ll get myself connected to the Waterford Wireless Network. Seeing as there has been a node accessible from Tramore since July, its about time I got myself connected.
Rob spotted this piece about Robert Fisk, which briefly recounts the journalists career. Worth a few minutes of your time.
I was in Clonmel last night as Tipperary Amateur Radio Group had their AGM. Being a founding member, it would have been bad form not to turn up. For my troubles, I was voted onto the committee as the secretary. Its great to see such an interest in the hobby in such a large county.
I attended two talks on Saturday morning in W.I.T. presented by CALMAST. The first one by Leo Enright was entitled “How the distance between science & society threatens Irelands future”.
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I’ve been listening to some of my collegues talking about blogging for a while.
Mícheál Ó Foghlú and Jonathan Brazil have been extolling the virtues of blogging, so I though I would give it a go.