Thursday, May 29, 2014

OLD-STYLE COVER FOR A MODERN LOG

     It is modeled after one published by Bud in the 1930s:
     I'm not too unhappy with how it came out.

5 comments:

  1. Bobbitronic: "If you can't work DX, work RX."

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  2. Considering I have a W9 call, once the single most numerous district in the U.S., that makes perfect sense!

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  3. Late to the party re. Lettering Guide:
    DIY Calligraphy Nibs Get Down to Brass Tacks
    http://hackaday.com/2014/06/02/diy-calligraphy-nibs-get-down-to-brass-tacks/

    73, Jim

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  4. Old radio publications, free online via AE5X
    http://www.ae5x.com/blog/tag/oldpubs/

    73, Jim

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  5. Free online historical documents: http://AmericanRadioHistory.com
    > Two million pages of AM FM & TV Broadcasting history online
    > This site takes no monetatry donations. Instead, consider:
    > http://www.broadcastersfoundation.org/

    http://americanradiohistory.com/About-American-Radio-History-website.htm

    The BroadcastersFoundation site was swamped when I looked. Not surprising, considering I found out about the archive site from several different sources in one day.

    Popular Electronics, Electronics Illustrated, Electronics World, Radio Electronics, Elementary Electronics, BYTE ...

    73, Jim

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