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KARMA and BITX

Lawrence Macionski <am_fm_radio@...>
 

Is  this Karma?

Howard E. Michel, WB2ITX, is New ARRL Chief Executive Officer

The ARRL Board of Directors has elected Howard E. Michel, WB2ITX, of Dartmouth, Massachusetts, to be ARRL's new Chief Executive Officer. He will start on October 15. Michel (rhymes with "nickel") is currently Chief Technology Officer at UBTECH Education, and Senior Vice President of UBTECH Robotics, a $5 billion Shenzhen, China, artificial intelligence and robotics company. As the Chief Technology Officer at UBTECH Education, Michel helped build this company from a startup in China to $100 million in valuation.
Full Story......
http://www.arrl.org/arrlletter?issue=2018-08-31

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Larry W8LM
ARRL Life Member

Timothy Fidler
 

Karma for not building an AM-FM radio design  (as per your group designator ). ??

Karma that is coming for making Irrelevant and meaningless posts on a technical forum ? and perhaps doing a bit of self promotion in the the process. 

Karma for  trying to design and build a multiband radio outside of Japan/PRC .??

What does the comment mean ??

Lawrence Macionski <am_fm_radio@...>
 

Answer. The comment means- apparently someone is successful in the realm of electronics and ham radio. Another coincidental BITX success? It is simply newsworthy and I wish him well. Just like when Ashhar Farhan was inducted into CQ Amateur Radio Hall of Fame and noted here as well. Both men deserving.

Buddy Brannan
 

Isn’t this like…their third CEO in as many years (or perhaps two years)? Barry Shelley didn’t last too long, did he? What’s going on over there in Newington anyway?! I mean, apart from electronic magazines that are impossible to read with screen reading software. 

On Aug 31, 2018, at 1:34 PM, Lawrence Macionski via Groups.Io <am_fm_radio@...> wrote:

Is  this Karma?

Howard E. Michel, WB2ITX, is New ARRL Chief Executive Officer

The ARRL Board of Directors has elected Howard E. Michel, WB2ITX, of Dartmouth, Massachusetts, to be ARRL's new Chief Executive Officer. He will start on October 15. Michel (rhymes with "nickel") is currently Chief Technology Officer at UBTECH Education, and Senior Vice President of UBTECH Robotics, a $5 billion Shenzhen, China, artificial intelligence and robotics company. As the Chief Technology Officer at UBTECH Education, Michel helped build this company from a startup in China to $100 million in valuation.
Full Story......
http://www.arrl.org/arrlletter?issue=2018-08-31

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Larry W8LM
ARRL Life Member


Arv Evans
 

Way off topic.  The BITX20 group is not for politics.


On Sat, Sep 1, 2018 at 10:59 AM Buddy Brannan <buddy@...> wrote:
Isn’t this like…their third CEO in as many years (or perhaps two years)? Barry Shelley didn’t last too long, did he? What’s going on over there in Newington anyway?! I mean, apart from electronic magazines that are impossible to read with screen reading software. 

On Aug 31, 2018, at 1:34 PM, Lawrence Macionski via Groups.Io <am_fm_radio@...> wrote:

Is  this Karma?

Howard E. Michel, WB2ITX, is New ARRL Chief Executive Officer

The ARRL Board of Directors has elected Howard E. Michel, WB2ITX, of Dartmouth, Massachusetts, to be ARRL's new Chief Executive Officer. He will start on October 15. Michel (rhymes with "nickel") is currently Chief Technology Officer at UBTECH Education, and Senior Vice President of UBTECH Robotics, a $5 billion Shenzhen, China, artificial intelligence and robotics company. As the Chief Technology Officer at UBTECH Education, Michel helped build this company from a startup in China to $100 million in valuation.
Full Story......
http://www.arrl.org/arrlletter?issue=2018-08-31

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Larry W8LM
ARRL Life Member


Timothy Fidler
 

"Both men deserving"  is a as funny as hell. What  ?? Ashan F and his younger brother Ashan Farhan the second ? Please don't ban me Arv... I could not  resist it 
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Dexter N Muir
 

I'm sure our Indian folks will back me: I'm sure 'Karma' here should be 'Kudos'. Karma is the 'therefore that' result of 'because this' - the immutable eternal Logic.

73 de ZL2DEX