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Looking for ideas for future FlexRadio training videos

Mike-VA3MW
Mike-VA3MW Administrator, FlexRadio Employee, Community Manager, Super Elmer, Moderator admin
edited January 8 in Amateur Radio Interests

HNY All! (and, let's try this as a new discussion - thanks Len)

This is a duplicate of the FaceBook post I made last night.

Your input is requested.

I am looking for some videos to do for the next few months and I am asking for your input on what you would like to see, so feel free to comment.

New uses, this is your time to jump in and speak up, please.

**** BUT ****

You need to review the videos I already have on YouTube and see if I might have already done what you are asking for. I don't mind doing them, but we don't want to duplicate what we have already. Take a look at the link attached to see what we have.

A list of our YouTube videos are here, so check them out first.

https://www.youtube.com/user/FlexRadioSystems/videos

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  • Doug
    Doug Member ✭✭

    Is there a text transcript of the videos available for those of us that live nowhere near the internet? (my connection is about equal to a 9600 baud modem connection...videos don't like that. It can handle email and that's about it. On the bright side...I am in the middle of nowhere with a very low noise floor.) I would love to be able to download a transcript (or even the video from something other than youtube) when I'm in the city and watch it at my leisure rather than park my **** in the corner of some cafe somewhere and watch while others debate whether I"m a bum, freeloader or just creepy. (no discussions allowed on the later)

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