Sorry about the dearth of posting on the blog lately, been busy with two things: work and another web project. That other web project is a reincarnation of QRPedia, a failed QRP wiki. This time, I've reconfigured the site using a CMS. Accounts are open to anyone, and being a member will give you the ability to post to a personal blog, write stories about QRP and homebrewing which appear on the front page of the site, edit "books" of QRP information with others, and post the details of useful circuits to a repository. It seems to be taking off pretty well after its introduction on qrp-l.org earlier this week. I would appreciate it if you would stop on over for a look and sign up for an account if you like what you see. I'm always open for ways to improve the site, so don't hesitate to contact me with your questions, concerns, improvements, or corrections. Thank you!