SAGE ADVICE FROM DOUGLAS ADAMS: DON'T PANIC!
I say 'Formerly' only because, since the beginning of 2013, business volume has dropped off to the point where it's no longer viable for me to run Blue Feather as an 'official' business (as in regular hours, merchant credit card account, formal advertising, etc.)
HOWEVER -- I'm still here, and I'm still happy to help out if you need support, repair or modifications for 'legacy' radio hardware, mil spec connectors, and general electronic tomfoolery.
Microsoft's Outlook.com (spam) mail service... Blocked at our end.
Due to a seemingly never-ending flood of phishing and other spam from MS's much-hyped 'outlook.com' mail service, and Microsoft's apparent self-delusion that no such trash could possibly come from their servers (and their subsequent refusal to take any countermeasures whatsoever), I've found it necessary to configure our mail system to refuse all traffic from the 'outlook.com' domain. If you're trying to reach me from any address ending in 'outlook.com,' it will bounce.
The only available workaround at this time is to try sending your message from a different web mail service (Gmail works just fine).
What I can (still) Do...
Easy answer: See the grid below. Pick an item. Click on it. Explore. Relax. Work on your tan. ;-)
|Device (Chip) Programming
(Memory, PLD, and Microcontroller devices)
(Motorola radio programming, Commercial-to-Amateur Conversions, Parts, Accessories, Modifications, Alignment, Checkout, and Repair).
(Mil-spec components for either new or surplus aerospace and military hardware)
(Yes, I still travel a few times a year...)
|Looking for my listings of electronics swap meets and surplus stores? Click the link, and you're there!|
Services are rendered at the rate of $50.00 per hour, with a half-hour ($25) minimum.
Payment-wise, I can accept all the usuals: Cash, Check, Money Order, PayPal, Credit/Debit cards (processed as credit through squareup.com).
This site best viewed with whatever browser you prefer. Seriously. Anything from Lynx to Firefox, and everything in between, should work. There's no cookies, no bugs, and no surveillance outside of the usual log file any web server generates.
Last update: 24-Aug-14