Author: tcpsyn

Forever Unpunched!

My friend Crystal Joy and I wrote and produced a record. You’ll probably like it because it is awesome. Check out our band Rabelais at rabelais.rocks


Programming script for FTM100DR and FTM400DR

I recently installed the new Yaesu FTM100DR radio in my car, and it’s not currently supported by any open source programming software. RT Systems has some programming software, but it only runs on windows, and it’s kinda stupid expensive. I found a utility by KZ7ZZZ over at the 4x4ham.com forums that reads Yaesu’s .dat file and…


Blackstone Valley 2m/440cm Repeaters and Public Service Frequencies.

Here is a list of all of the active HAM repeaters and Public services in the area that I can currently reach. This may be of use to someone in the Blackstone Valley Area. (Download this .csv file and import into your programming software) 857_memories   Location Name Frequency Duplex Offset Tone rToneFreq cToneFreq DtcsCode…


Luke MacNeil digs deep with ‘These Are Good Songs’

By Victor D. Infante TELEGRAM & GAZETTE STAFF Add a comment   When Uxbridge musician Luke MacNeil titled his album “These Are Good Songs,” he wasn’t kidding. Of course, they’re all covers, but when you’re playing songs written by the likes of Ryan Adams, John Hiatt, Kris Delmhorst, Martin Sexton, Peter Mulvey and my two…


Inside Luke MacNeil

By Chris Bergeron Daily News Staff Posted Jan. 19, 2014 @ 11:34 am UPTON – Perched atop a stool in the Rose Room Revue, Luke MacNeil sings in a gravely voice about losers, lovers and lost souls. On a bitterly cold night, about 30 people have come to the regular Thursday evening open mic above…