The FRRL — a Web site whose acronym stands for “The Future of Radio and Radio’s Legacy” — has published an excellent article encouraging its readers to check out the Liberty Net. Here’s an excerpt, but do visit the FRRL site for a great array of radio-related features and videos (and much more):
I CAN AGREE WITH the sentiment below – so many amateur radio conversations are vacuous. How about taking it up a notch and get amateurs into the national conversation on topics of the day?
A past president of the ARRL said that a renewed focus on technology will reawaken the relevance of Amateur Radio. Will it? Or will this just drive Amateur Radio into a smaller and smaller niche market on the margins of society?