This article was lifted from Spectrum Monitor Magazine,  an on line only magazine,  with some great articles,
and WELL some not so interesting at least for me.    I  KØIP  , having enjoyed 55 years of ham radio, unfortunately see the end of
any ham radio that resembles ham radio in the 50's-to the 2000's as vaporizing fast.

Like in the article above,   I see Ham Radio  vanishing into the history books.   Too much reliance on the internet,
back in the olden days, you had to turn that big knob , look up and down the band for DX,  today,  Click  and there's a pile up.

so it is,   I hope the entire ham radio doesn't go to this silly digital modes,   73 KØIP