Preparing for Crisis with Robert Theobald and Building Community Information Networks

Cop Macdonald shares his passion for giving people access to communication networks, especially ham radio, for the sharing of information of all types.



027-022-01-Howard-Harawitz
Howard Harawitz (WA6YAG), a man of many talents, in his Berkeley home. That's his ham rig and rug weaving loom with Howard.
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027-022-01-Glenn Spain
Technology can serve gentle people! Glen Spain waits for readout on the Vocations for Social Change computer terminal.
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027-022-01-Community-Memory
Anybody who wants to know anything just might find the answer at the Community Memory computer terminal in Berkeley, which holds a record of community members' posts that can be found by keywords.
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027-022-01-Cummings-housem
Snug in his $200 house, homesteader George Cummings (WØQPO/7) chats with Norris Hyde (VE7AIC), who lives 160 miles away.
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