Today we have a change of pace for you. Thanks to a blog post from Frank Howell, K4FMH, we managed to land an interview. He's a former professor who now works on myriad projects in science, technology, computers and amateur radio. He's also very involved in his community and philanthropic endeavors. Frank discusses Broadband HamNet, HamWAN, the Magnolia Intertie and gives us a treasure of information on networking with amateur radio. This one is a double episode, but you're not going to want to miss a minute of it.
Welcome to the latest installment of Linux in the Ham Shack. In this episode we present some topics of the day related to ham radio and Linux, as well as veer a little off course and put forth a thought experiment, comparing Linux, Windows and MacOS in a purely subjective way. We also look at open pharmacology, Linux distros, German food and a lot more. Thanks for listening, and please let your friends know about us.
Once again, time has gotten away from us. We're so busy with traveling, projects and so forth that we're finding it hard to get the episodes out. We're still recording them on schedule, just the releases are a bit erratic. We still do our live streaming so if you want to catch up quickly, come visit with us on Monday nights when we record. Lots of great stuff in this episode, though. Please enjoy.