....and I love the last paragraph:
"....used by ham radio operators and others."
Uh, you mean, like, the military and other government agencies, some of
them mission and life-critical? Gee, he forgot to mention those...
Reminds me of a recent article in the Wall Street Journal discussing Radio
Free Asia's shortwave service; the author seemed astounded that you could
"cover an entire continent with one transmitter," and marvelled that "the
technology was invented in the 1920's..."
Now, I know the WSJ is written at an eighth-grade level for clarity, but...
At 09:07 AM 11/12/2008 -0800, you wrote:
>Just when you hoped BPL was dead:
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