Skipper just sent in his recipe for Creole Shrimp and Lobster Bisque. You can find it on our RECIPE page, along with others.
You’ll find all the photos for field day HERE.
Bill, KE5VKB, our roving photographer, found a few interesting shots at Green Country Ham 2014:
#1 – Check out our president’s new hat! Hope he doesn’t get caught in a thunderstorm!
#2 Of course, there’s Guy. What BAARC event would be any good without Guy?!
# 3 – the BAARC Table
#4 – What? Guy again!
#5 – Seriously? Another one?
#6 – the Sub guys – WW2SUB
Photos of the Rest of the Convention
There were prizes, too!
Or you could get your hat embroidered with your call sign!
I think everyone had a great time. I hope you enjoy the photos. K5CED
Here is Tony’s (KA5TRO) presentation on apps for ham radio (PDF format):
Did you know you can get free digital magazines such as Popular Mechanics, Popular Science, Trains, Discover, Mental Floss, and Handyman, as well as dozens of general interest men and women’s magazines. The magazines are free and downloaded to your PC or other device for reading at any time. You NEVER have to give it back, and you can get back issues for the last few months. Here’s the link for the Tulsa County Library. You will have to get a library card.
PHOTOS BY BILL DOWNES
If you can’t see this video, go to this link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qmQUepQ_b94&feature=youtu.be
Please extend my gratitude to your fellow club officers and to your membership at large for the warm reception at your club meeting on May 6. It was a delight to make a presentation to such an active and engaged club. I enjoy doing these presentations and hope that the presentation was of benefit to those who attended. I will look forward to seeing and visiting with Broken Arrow Amateur Radio Club members at future hamfests and on the air.
Don Cochran WAØJOW
Raspberry Pi things I did today :
1) hooked it all back up after the club presentation* having a bit of a problem with the wifi dongle, so I put it next to my cable modem and wifi router. Used a short Ethernet cable I had on hand and tucked it among the satellite receiver, TV, and the other electronics in the living room. Didn’t even know it was there.
* hooked up power, mouse, and an old keyboard I had handy.
* hooked up (temporarily) a small portable ( 9″ ) TV I picked up ages ago for Field Day.
2) fired it up. Logged in. Used the raspi-config script to enable SSH automatically.
3) Also selected in raspi-config to have the GUI start by itself. Now we don’t have to worry about logging in right away anymore.
4) made a note of what my IP address for Pi is now. I’ve had my router turned on and off lately. hostname -I .
5) then I could download PuTTY onto another computer in a more comfortable place. The picture on laptop is a lot sharper than the old TV. Just set up PuTTY for SSH and use that IP address you got from the Hostname command. And log in.
6. Anything you can do from the command line setting right in front of the RPi you can do remotely with PuTTY. So, I loaded the minicom software onto the Pi per the chatter on 4x4ham.com … and it worked pretty well. I was able to connect to the KPC. Just waiting now for my cables that connect the TNC to the Baofeng.
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