writes "Icom America, one of the largest manufacturers of Amateur Radio equipment in the world, has just announced that it will be sponsoring the relatively new ham radio study website HamStudy.org. This is interesting given the close ties that Icom has with many other study websites and companies that deal with amateur radio license exam preparation and that the other websites are extremely entrenched and well connected. HamStudy aims to provide free and modern (HTML5) tools to people trying to get involved with Ham Radio."Link to Original Source
writes "One year after starting FireBreath, a BSD-licensed cross platform browser plugin framework (not to be confused with a Browser Extension), we have hit our most significant milestone yet at version 1.2. Looking back over my experiences in starting the project and thinking through times where I was employed working on it and other times when I could only work on it on the side, I have written up a short blog post on my experience during the first year of it's life. The ups, the downs, and most importantly the things I have learned.
You can also look at the Google Code Project Site."Link to Original Source