A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away...I set up a voice mail box for Linux in the HAM Shack. At that point, I promptly forgot about it. However, I am going to revive it now. If you'd like to leave a recorded message, comment or question for us, the hosts of Linux in the HAM Shack, you are more than welcome to do it. Assuming it comes out family friendly and remotely relevant, we'll play your audio and respond to your observations on an upcoming edition of the podcast. Simply call +1-888-455-0305 and leave a message. That's all there is to it.
Similarly, if you have a microphone and Audacity or some other way to record your voice, feel free to e-mail us an audio question, comment, segment, promotion or suggestion and we'll be happy to put those on the air in a future episode as well. Every little bit helps and with a little bit of audio input from our listeners we can jazz up the podcast even more. Hope to hear fromÂ you soon.
73 de Russ (K5TUX) and Richard (KB5JBV)
I just noticed that the RSS feed for OGG versions of the podcast did not include the audio file for Episode #012. I just fixed this, so if you're using the RSS for the OGG audio, you may need to update or refresh the feed in order to receive the audio file. Sorry about that.
73 de K5TUX
Hi, everyone. I'd just like to let you know that because I was in California for nine days last week, the recording of Episode #004 was put off for a little bit. We managed to get everything recorded last night, but as I went to edit the audio, it turns out there's a lot of crackling. I'm not sure where it came from, but I'm guessing the machine I was using to do the recording on (a different one for this episode) wasn't up to the task. So I'll apologize now for the poor audio quality, and know that the next episode will sound much better. I'm not sure I can get the editing done tonight, but if I can I will. There will definitely be an episode posted by Friday sometime. Thanks for listening and please keep the feedback coming.
73 de Russ, K5TUX
Just a quick note to let everyone know that the Linux in the HAM Shack feed is now live at iTunes. A search for Linux in the HAM Shack, or simply "ham shack," will bring us up. So subscribe today and get us dropped into your iPod as soon as each episode is published.
73 from the Linux in the HAM Shack guys.