The CW edition of the North American QSO Party takes place this weekend. 1800Z, Aug 3rd to 0559Z, Aug 4th. Easy exchange, 100W max, work anyone, operate 10 of 12 hours. See the complete rules including scoring and log submission information before wading in.

And if CW is not your thing, this weekend is also the 10-10 International Summer Phone Contest. Check the rules and good luck in the contest!

Seven of the 2016 CY9C DXpedtion Team will be returning to St Paul Island and operating July 31st to August 8th. All who donate in advance and work the operation will be sent a QSL card automatically….no additional action required.

ARRL is seeking a Development Manager for full-time employment at ARRL Headquarters in Newington, Connecticut. The Development Manager is responsible for the development and implementation of strategic plans to maximize funding from donors for the organization through creative and effective campaign management and relationship building.

When Linus Torvalds first created Linux in 1991, he built it on a 386-powered PC with a floppy drive. Things change. In 2012, Torvalds bid the i386 processor adieu saying, “I’m not sentimental. Good riddance.” Now, it’s the floppy drive’s turn to bid Linux adieu.