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Re: Internet/Satelite link?

Then why connect to MIR at all? Internet or otherwise? This is a crowded
hobby for a reason. It tells of what an individual can do with the
resources they are given. The magic of connecting to MIR, complicated as
it may be, is the fact you can do it at all, period.

Phillip Cox
Proud to be a Ham!

On Sun, 21 Jun 1998 09:58:14 -0400 barbarian@technologist.com writes:
>With all the fighting over connecting to MIR, why not make an uplink
>that can be connected to by the internet. Leave messages there and the
>next pass, all messages are uploaded and replies are downloaded.
>Reconnect to the web site to get your reply. This may cut down the QRM
>by making less connect requests recieved by the satelite.
>                      >>>========> Rob <========<<<
>My book, “Old Ways for New Times” is ready. Email me for details.
>    http://www.eohio.net/beiber/Web%20page/OLD_WAYS.HTM

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