A replacement for the 807?
Philip Miller Tate
Philmt59 at aol.com
Thu Mar 18 20:20:04 CDT 2010
Do you think you could send the previous message again, this time in
ASCII semaphore? Thanks.
On 19 Mar 2010, at 00:59, Richard Barth wrote:
> The missing pix:
> Several people (including me) got copies of my email on this
> subject with no photos.
> The two photos that didn't make it showed a bottle of Australian
> wine I picked up at the local wine
> and beer shop. The front label shows, in large dots and dashes,
> the word "Chardonnay" in Morse code.
> Underneath is the same thing in text. The second photo, of the
> rear label, explains that it is a tribute to the Australian
> "Telegraphists" of the "Morse codian fraternity" whose dedication
> provided communications and saved lives in early Australia.
> atanasoff.ampr.org, the AMRAD.ORG server, doesn't pass attachments,
> so I didn't even try that. Instead, I included the photos in the
> body of the email.
> Comcast doesn't talk to the AMRAD server. Stuff I send from Comcast
> to Tacos generally sits in limbo for several days before I get a
> note back saying it wasn't delivered. Sometimes it just disappears
> So this time I sent two copies, one from Comcast and another from
> another account I have on Tidalwave.
> The one I sent from Comcast went through fine, except to Tacos. I
> received a bcc copy I had sent myself and also got comments
> regarding copies I had sent to other people. Nothing heard from
> The copy I sent to Tacos from Tidalwave got the photos stripped out
> of the copy I received, after I
> first got a note saying it was being held for release by the
> moderator. Apparently it was released,
> but with no content.
> Anybody else who would like a copy direct, email me.
>> Richard Barth *** W3HWN(at)ARRL.NET *** Silver Spring, MD
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