Discussion in 'Ham Radio Discussions' started by PH5E, Nov 13, 2017.
Yep. Great site. And nobody likes a whiner. That's a constant.
Looks great to me! I especially like the links -- to manuals---. Good Job!
TOM K8ERV Montrose Colo
Yeah, having a link to a user manual is a very good feature.
You have a dead link--On the ICOM 718 page, your link to the service manual gives a 404
Nice job. Another thing to consider is adding models that improved upon older models. As a Heathkit guy I notice you have the HR-10 but not the HR-10b, the HW-2036 but not the HW-2036a (significant changes), SB-110 but not SB-110a (significant changes), etc. There are a bunch of holes in the SB line but I'm sure you're working on them: SB-610, SB-620, SB-630, SB-640, SB-650. On the Drake side you show the 2-BQ and the 2-CQ but not the 2-AQ. Missing on Drake is the TR4-Cw - an important model. Also missing is the RV4 (you do have the RV75 though) and a number of 7-line devices.
Not in the least trying to nitpick - just offer constructive observations of some holes you may want to fill in.
It's an enormous amount of work to create a database like this - well done.
Cisco Certified and you can not fix a 404 for him ?
Some use the term "we" because they lack self confidence, many eBay sellers use "we" to make it appear their business is larger than it is, some when they are complaining about me say, "we" when no one elected them to represent others. I changed your response to represent what I sometimes see (but you did use "I.").
You need to get a wider brush to paint with.
I have a mouse in my pocket.
How do you know it's not the royal "we?"
The royal "we", or majestic plural is the use of a plural pronoun to refer to a single person holding a high office, such as a sovereign monarch or religious leader. Are there any of those here?