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Hi Chuck, For the past few years I’ve resisted the idea of DVDs for several reasons. Copyright was one of them, but the major reason is that with the videos I have the capability to change things on YouTube. For example, YouTube corrupted one of the General videos, so I uploaded a good one and then put a banner on the old one directing people to the new one. But, I admit the number of fixes and corrections has been pretty small. I’m putting all my work right now into finishing the Extra series, and am thinking of starting a new weekly video series called “Ask KE0OG!” because of all the questions I get that are of general interest. So, I’ll tell you what. Please go ahead and construct the DVD and send it to the gentleman in Alaska. Please also send me a copy so I can see how it came out. I’d very much like to see how it works. Thanks and 73, Dave, KEØOG
I have posted a link to your classes on our club website as means for potential hams to prepare for the Technician Class exam. This morning I received the following email.
Do you happen to have your Technician Class videos on a CD/DVD that I could buy from you. I live in semi-remote Alaska ad only have Satellite Internet which when downloading a lot of times are incomplete downloads. I would gladly buy your CD/DVD and pay for the chipping.
Delta Junction, Alaska
I do have the capability to download and burn a DVD of your lessons but I do not wish to violate any copyright laws. Can you help the above individual?