I really did it!


#1

Hey @Gruffham, @mimi take a look around. Isn’t this forum great? It looks so official and everything!


#2

Sure, it looks real nice. I’ll play along but I still don’t see why this is particularly necessary. :wink:


#3

Don’t be like that. :disappointed: Keep an open mind! I give you three weeks until you can’t imagine how you lived life before you went full internet.


#4

What did you use before this? IRC?


#5

Lots and LOTS of emails. Gruff still has a netscape address :wink:


#6

Oh man, I remember the days of netscape. Next you’ll be telling me he has an AOL trial disk kicking around :stuck_out_tongue:


#7

@Emily I was reading up. How many members did ERTAC had when you started the forum?
I saw @Gruffham @mimi @MisterB, @oldgods and you. Are you guys all working in the same radio transmission or diferent ones. Because a 5 people for a local transmission is quite awesome. I mostly worked on my own and deity knows how I wished for help.
Also do you guys have a web version of your transmissions or is it still all analogue? I couldn’t find anything in the website and I was curious to listen to you lot.


#8

Yep, that’s everyone! We all work on the same transmission, it’s actually really nice because there’s a pretty wide range of experience levels even within our little family :blush:

I don’t have a web version of transmissions though, it’s definitely all analogue and I’m not sure how I’d go about trying to record them.


#9

Sounds like a nice group you got there.
And yes I understand. It’s the eternal issue of going from analog to digital.


#10

I should clarify, I’m not actually in Edison any more. So the folks who are local are all on the same call sign but that doesn’t include me :stuck_out_tongue:


#11

@Balmoth, I have a question if you don’t mind answering.

Regarding your post: https://forums.etarc.org/t/i-really-did-it/28/7?u=maff

Can you tell me about this radio transmission they were working on?


#12

You mean the Edison crew one? No idea that would have to be something you have to ask Emily. My stuff was/is done across the pond.


#13

Ok, thanks for the reply