Yep, this is just a quick note to emphasise just how useful Dropbox can be. It doesn’t just back up all your data on-line but also keeps snapshots of previous versions of files and alsoContinue reading
During our Road Trip to Scotland I hope to make at least a couple of QSOs from the summit of Ben Nevis to activate SOTA GM/WS-001.
When thinking about our holiday this year we decided not to go abroad — as we already are and haven’t seen as much of this rather nice country yet :-) Instead we will spend 10Continue reading
Here in the UK, the incoming QSL Bureau (something like an amateur radio postal service for cheap delivery of QSL cards) has a clever and efficient model. Cards that arrive at the central RSGB QSLContinue reading
As I became quite active on the bands, I was looking forward to the next big contest (an amateur radio competition) to test my operating skills under stress. IARU HF Championship gave me an idealContinue reading
Right, let’s get this rather lengthy “introduction” to my amateur radio affairs finished :-) You can read part one and part two in case you missed them.
The time just flies – on 21 May it was 10 years since I passed the final exams (equivalent to UK A levels) on the grammar school in my home town Strakonice. To celebrate thisContinue reading
Hey, you sass that hoopy Ford Prefect? There’s a frood that really knows where his towel is.
As I’ve been driving here in the UK for quite some time now (actually over a year and a half of daily commuting to work plus some weekend trips totalling at over 18000 km), IContinue reading
(If you missed part one you can read it here.) In July 2005 we moved to the UK for some time as you probably already know :) Quite naturally it wasn’t possible for me toContinue reading