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Ham Nation - Updating Your Shack & How To Run Ham Sticks

Discussion in 'Amateur Radio News' started by KI6NAZ, Jan 7, 2021.

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  1. W4NNF

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    I watched. Not bad. But. The loss of Bob and George leaves a big hole. While OK, what I saw didn't seem any different from any number of other ham radio YouTube shows. Tamitha Skov and the Ham Radio Newsline were good as always...but we'll see if that is enough to keep me coming back. I did use the fast forward control a few times, for sure. I'll give it a little more time and see, I suppose.
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  2. KD5BVX

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    I would say, instead, that the loss of Bob is of no consequence. I see it only going up from here. But I do know some people liked him...
  3. W4NNF

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    Yeah, some people did. ;)

    If you like the new iteration, well, watch it and good on you, OM. Me? I'll give it another time or two and if it doesn't improve...finis. ;)
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  4. KD5BVX

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    The potential is there for improvement. As I said previously, I'm giving it another shot since it moved off of Twit and Bob is gone but a few chances (episodes) will be what decides it for me again.
  5. KE0GXN

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    I have gotten to the point with all these shows to just fast forward to the content I am interested and then X out...too much nonsense otherwise.
  6. W4NNF

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    Bingo, OM, bingo. Didn't used to do that...but I sure do lately. :(
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  7. KA3CNC

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    well If I go to a restaurant and don't like the food .....I don't go back!
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  8. KQ8W

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    It will be interesting to see if, and how, Ham Nation changes. I tried several times to watch in the past, but never found it intriguing. These days, most consumers on YouTube expect live performances, so those watching can interact with those presenting. This is a stark contrast to traditional broadcast technologies.
  9. DJ0AJ

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    have nice weekend
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