Sometimes I truly cannot remember everything. There have been many, many things going on as of late. Being on medical leave has not been helpful, either.
As we look to the last quarter of 2018, there are some matters I need to remind myself about keeping in the work plan:
Finish the write-up on the research for Outernet/Othernet.
Begin looking at what I need to do to set up a FidoNet node. I haven’t been involved in FidoNet since high school during President Bill Clinton’s second term in office.
Consider the possibility that the folks of DarkNetPlan failed. After looking at this post I honestly need to look at finding a micrographics artist that I can set up a working relationship with. Passing digital data via microfilm sounds old-fashioned but seems more durable these days.
Construct a proper permanent HF antenna for operating. I am a ham radio operator with General class privileges in the United States that remain barely used even though I am only a few years away from joining the Quarter Century Wireless Association.
Figure out what I’m doing wrong setting up multiple HDHomeRun receivers to be tapped by a PVR-styled computer.
Pick up 18 graduate semester hours so I can teach as an adjunct somewhere. This would generally have to happen in a graduate certificate program in the US or at the halfway mark in a master’s degree program.
With my day job being constantly in flux, I am sure I’ve missed something in the listing above.