Too much noise and not enough signal? Quantity over quality? Want to benefit the most from social networking? One can tune their signal and improve reception. I return to my model that Twitter is campus cafeteria and FriendFeed is university library. Both serve a meaningful purpose in our emergent digital century.
I created a number of ham radio related rooms to solve my signal-to-noise ratio. A single aggregated feed is overwhelming, quantity driven, leads to attention deficit, and diminished social interaction. Instead, I have divided my interest into sub-folders. The result is content management.
- Cognitive Radio | Intelligent wireless radio (link).
- Future of Ham Radio | A working group of thoughtful ham radio operators covering a broad spectrum of problems both technical and social. The purpose of this room is to facilitate problem solving and define workable solutions (link).
- HamRadio & DigitalCulture | Get the smarts on HamRadio & DigitalCulture (link).
- HamRadio & RadioSport | Where humankind meets wireless technology in the game called RadioSport (link).
- HamRadio DXpeditions | Let the adventure begin with Ham Radio DXpeditions (link).
- HamRadio Products | The latest and greatest ham radio product news (link).
- KA3DRR Feeds | All my feeds in one room (link).
- HamRadioVideoFeed | Ham radio video from across the Internet (link).
- SoftwareDefinedRadio | Discussion related to software defined radio (SDR) (link).
- Shackadelic Awards 2009 | The best of the best in ham radio (link).
73 from the shackadelic.