So, just a generic update. The Oregon number (503-451-0714) got seperated from the Google Voice account I use day to day, for reasons.
If you have a (720) number for me, you have the current phone number that’s tied to my Google Voice/Hangouts that actually will ring me phones. If you don’t have the (720) number let me know and I’ll get it to you.
I know the wiki is down. Will work on a solution after business hours tonight. I may move the wiki to something co-hosted as part of WordPress.
.. that probably won’t mean a hell of a lot to anybody here on the website. If you really feel like you need to know, you can read more.
A few people seem to be a bit confused by this, so I want to make a couple of things clear.
The 503-564 number was a Google Voice number. It has been changed to a 503-451 number (although the 503-564 number will continue to work for three months, according to Google Voice). This is my primary contact number: it is the one most of you should be calling most of the time, and is suitable for release to others. As it is a Google Voice number, it can accept SMS text-only messages. It cannot accept multimedia. The Google Voice number rings every phone I have all the time.
The 503-442 number is my (primary) cell phone. While it can be called directly in certain situations, I consider it to be a number to be used only when expedience is required. Note that I tend to leave my cell phone in the car, or often go without charging it in the evening and it dies.
Note that I have at least three other phone numbers. As a rule, these are used sporadically and probably aren’t reliable. I try to not expose those numbers, but I sometimes forget and grab the “backup cell” and call people without routing the call through Google Voice. Yeah, it happens.
Okay, I’ve made some website changes. That can only mean one thing: yes, I’ve gotten a wild hair up my butt again, and I’m working on probably cutting from LiveJournal back to running my own website..
Ham Radio Station N0DOS
So, I’ve been working on setting up the ham radio station. This is what it looks like at present.