Archives for July 2006
||HOPE SPEAKER SCHEDULE RELEASED|
We have more talks than ever this year and a huge variety of topics. You can see
the lineup here. And if you're in the U.S. or Canada and it's before July 10, you can preregister here.
||HOPE PREREGISTRATION ENDS MONDAY|
This is your last chance to preregister for HOPE Number Six coming up in less than two weeks. (Note: Those of you not in the United States or Canada can no longer preregister and must buy your tickets at the door.) Preregistration costs $60 for the entire weekend and can be done easily online.
||RADIO STATION "N6H" AT HOPE NUMBER SIX|
The FCC has granted radio station callsign N6H for a special event
station at HOPE Number Six. Ham radio operators will operate station
N6H from the 18th floor and demonstrate how wireless voice, data, and
video contacts can be made to other amateur radio stations around the world
over shortwave (HF), VHF, and UHF frequencies. A special HOPE Number
Six QSL card will be issued to anyone who successfully contacts or
hears radio station N6H on the air.
||LAST CHANCE FOR HOPE VENDOR TABLES|
We have more vendors than ever before for this year's HOPE conference. This is
the last chance for anyone interested in selling stuff to register. Tables
cost $250 for the weekend. We need to know if you need power and/or net
If you're a non-profit or individual who wants a table for non-commercial
purposes, let us know. We will try to fit as many in as possible.
Please send all inquiries to email@example.com.
There is also a unique opportunity for anyone interested in providing
trendy bottles of caffeine to our attendees. We have a space secured for
anyone interested in selling Jolt Cola and possibly other such beverages
to our attendees. All we need is someone willing to do the work and keep
the profits. If interested, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
||SUMMER ISSUE OF 2600 RELEASED|
The Summer 2006 issue is out and already in the hands of subscribers worldwide. You should have no trouble finding it in the usual bookstores and newsstands that carry us around the planet. Check our list to see if there's a store near you. Otherwise, you can subscribe and be pleasantly surprised by an issue showing up in your mailbox four times a year. More details on the Summer issue can be found here.