Sorry about all the posts showing up suddenly (including this one)!
I was way, way behind on posting my YouTube videos to my website, so I hired Kael, a teenager, to help me bring it up to date. He’s a great kid, a senior in high school, and very talented with computer stuff. My website now matches what’s on YouTube, which is important since a significant part of my YouTube audience finds the videos via my website.
Thanks for your patience. The blitz is over. My apologies for having to delete so many extraneous posts.
I enjoy your subscribership and hope that I can continue to provide content that you find interesting and useful.
Thank you to the many people who drop something in my Tip Jar. YouTube is discontinuing Fan Funding! Note that the PayPal method continues to be available and will for the foreseeable future.
To replace YouTube Fan Funding, I’ve added Patreon. Patreon allows fans to contribute a certain amount of money each month. I’ve set up several funding tiers starting at $2 per month, recurring until you stop it, which you can do at any time.
See the details of the PayPal method and the Patreon method on my Tip Jar page by clicking here. Your support is truly appreciated.
Please note that I’m not an IRS 401(c)(3) organization, so these are truly tips, and are not tax-deductible contributions.
This is the third videos about my BITX-40 kit, a QRP, SSB, 10-watt, kit from hfsigs.com. The basic kit is only $59, and comes with assembled circuit boards. This video covers connecting all the other components. Many thanks to K7AGE for introducing me to this!
I'm a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, or more commonly known as the Mormon Church. There's lots of misinformation out there about the Church. Why read erroneous material when you can easily see what we really believe? Check out mormon.org for an introduction to the doctrines and a chance to see member profiles, or if you want in-depth information, including the various books of scripture, lesson manuals, and policy manuals, go to lds.org. To see my personal profile on mormon.org, click here.