Voice of America (VOA)
site is probably about all that's left
of the once well-known voice of US governmental propaganda and news. The
transmitter site at Bethany, Ohio is dust and memories now. So if you're
looking for the VOA program and broadcast sked, it's at this site.
is a long-time, well-known and respected Christian/religious broadcaster
in Ecuador and administered from there and an office in the US. They have
consistently provided clear news with a definitive Christian slant from
a part of the world not known for journalistic or governmental integrity.
And they broadcast info about the western side of the Cordillera. A good
place to visit, even if you're just a visiting heathen.
Australia Tok Pisin page is probably the only place on the Web
where you'll find this creole/pidgin of English. Radio Australia has been
doing this for years, and on a clear winter morning in the US midwest,
you can pick up the tail end of their broadcasts meant for Papua New Guinea
and the Pacific region. Radio Australia welkam long yu biktaim, wantok!
Science Site, part of the NASA/Very Large Array complex, with
pictures of the sun in various wavelengths. Some of these shots are so
remarkable as to make you really wonder how all this magic that leads to
us being here happens. Sunglasses & sun-block not necessary. Perception
of metaphors helpful.
Telecommunications Museum with an English text page. It's got
a history of telecommunications technology in Norway. Also links to other
Scandinavian tech info sites.
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