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DMR Discussion Net. 5/15/2019.

May 6th, 06:53

N1AUP

Joined: Apr 4th 1998, 00:00
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f you'd like to be a part of a ham radio conversation that goes beyond name, QTH, rig, antenna, weather and "how about those Sox", then join us for a bi-monthly discussion net on DMR Talk Group 316.

When:

First and third Wednesday of the month.
7 PM Eastern Time.

Some nights, we'll discuss a topic that might involve engineering, computers, philosophy, history, economics, psychology, or popular culture. We'll post some written, video or audio references before the net to provide a bit of background, and we'll engage in a polite, formal round table discussion. We will try to avoid contentious issues like abortion, religion and politics to keep things civil.

Some nights, we'll have a guest interview, and we'll open the floor to questions from participating hams.

We might even pick out a book, for a book discussion. We're flexible at this point.

First net will be on Wednesday, 5/15/2019 at 7 PM Eastern time on Tac316.

Check back here for updates and a listing of reference material for the net. We don't have a web site set up as of yet.

Hope to see you all on Tac316.

Christine
May 14th, 08:23

N1AUP

Joined: Apr 4th 1998, 00:00
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Total Posts: 0
Net has been postponed due to technical issues with my colleague's hot spot. Will update when the problem has been solved.

Thanks
Jun 1st, 08:06

N1AUP

Joined: Apr 4th 1998, 00:00
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The net is on.

Wednesday, June 5th, at 7 PM Eastern time, on Tac 316.

If everything works out, we'll be talking with Steve Galchutt, WG0AT, about coffee!

We'll ask him about the history of this popular beverage, how coffee is grown, processed, and shipped to market.

We'll talk about the different kinds of coffee, and how to judge coffee quality.

Best of all, he'll teach us how to buy raw beans, and roast our own, and then brew the perfect cup.

Join us at 7 PM on Wednesday for what should be a truly interesting discussion.

Christine
N1AUP

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