Marc David Johnson
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Programs


M110A Terminal Interface by W3MDJ

M110A Terminal Interface by W3MDJ


This program is a .NET Windows program used to communicate with the M110A Modem.

This is here for those still wanting to use this version of the program, this functionality is being developed and added to W3JJJ's Block Terminal Program as well.

Click the image to the left or follow the link to read more about, and download, my M110A Terminal Interface by W3MDJ program.




METAR TO MESSAGE

METAR to Message - Version 1.2


Functionality Now Included In M110A Terminal Interface by W3MDJ

This is here for those still wanting to use this version of the program, this functionality is being developed and added to W3JJJ's Block Terminal Program as well.

Click the image to the right or follow the link to read more about, and download, my METAR to Message program.




Photography


Tree Down from my photostream on flickr

My photostream on flickr


I post a lot of the pictures I take on flickr so they can be archived and to make them available to anyone who wants to see them (like the photo to the left of the tree that came down from our yard across the neighbor's driveway during Hurricane Sandy). Most of these have had only a small amount, if any, post processing done (mostly just to touch up the exposure, hues, etc).

If you are interested, here is the link to my photostream on flickr. You are welcome to link to any of the pictures, or use them in any way provided you give acknowledgement of where they came from/who took the photos.

I have also written up a bit about the different cameras I have owned over the years and marked the pictures taken with each one accordingly. Here you can read about the cameras I have used or the lenses I have used.

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