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Once upon a time, in the 1960's, I had a Technician license and worshipped at the alter of Heathkit and Hallicrafters - tubes, crystals and Morse Code. Now I am back, like Rip Van Winkle, waking up in a new world of wonderous wireless widgets. This blog is about that adventure and the folks at Alameda's ARCA club who are helping me along the way.

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How to Blog on the ARCA Website

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The primary way to update  members on club activities is through blog postings on the Arcaham web site. Blogging is easy to do. Your blog will have its own home where you can post about your Amateur Radio interests. In addition you can choose to place postings of general interest  in the ARCA News section on the front page.

So how do you set up a blog on arcaham.org?  Contact me and I can provide you with a blogging account.  You will need to send me your username (usually your call sign), your real name and your preferred nickname. You can also provide a photo or avatar image. Other optional information you can supply is a blog title, a short description of your blog, a brief biography and your personal web site URL. I will provide you with a login, an initial password and your blogging home.

Creating a blog post is straightforward. The attached video walk-through will take you through the process.  At the end of the video is a walk-through showing how to customize your blogging area to make it as professional as possible.

So try it out!

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