I've got a couple of my talks available on tape,
and will make some more when I get time.
Drop me a line @ Wayne Green, PO Box 360,
Hancock, NH 03449 or call: (603)-588-0107 or fax: (the BEST way
to contact me) - (603)-588-3205 and I'll send you a list of my stuff.
Who is Wayne Green? I'm a
been there done that guy. I have......
- piloted a nuclear attack submarine 800 feet under the Pacific
- piloted an Air Force C5B (it's bigger than a 747).
- climbed the Great Wall of China
- visited the Chinese terra cotta army in Xian.
- operated a ham station from the famed American Embassy in Tehran.
- operated from the Korean Demilitarized Zone.
- operated for two weeks from King's Hussein's palace in Amman,
- visited the lost city of Petra in Jordan.
- scuba dived in the Red Sea.
- visited 140 countries (so far).
- helped new technologies such as cellular telephones. personal
computers, and compact discs to grow into major industries.
- represented the US at an international communications conference.
- represented New Hampshire for Governor Sununu at a governor's
conference in Halifax.
- served on the New Hampshire Economic Development Commission.
- been a president of the Peterborough NH Chamber of Commerce.
- been on the board of directors of billion dollar IDG corporation.
- been a professional psychologist.
- had over 1,000 (long) editorials published - so far.
- started first digital communications magazine in 1951, (Amateur
- started the first microcomputer magazine (Byte). )
- started the first computer magazine devoted to a single computer
(80 Micro - for the TRS-80)
- started the first Apple magazine (InCider).
- started the first Commodore magazine (Run).
- started the first laptop computer magazine (Pico).
- started one of the first personal computer software companies
- opened computer software stores - eventually sold a national
chain of 58 stores.
- while in college started a broadcasting station (WRPI) which is
now the largest student activity.
- served on the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Board of Overseers
and RPI Council.
- served as the First Executive in Residence at RPI.
- served as a consultant for the RPI Business Incubator - which won
the 1996 prize as the best in the country.
- been a licensed amateur radio operator as W2NSD since 1940.
- pioneered amateur radio repeaters since 1969, starting with
WRLAAB on Mt. Monadnock NH.
- established amater radio in Jordan in 1970 and wrote their rules
- supplied and installed the first repeater in Jordan, J-Y73, in
- helped radio amateurs pioneer FM, radio Teletype, single
sideband, and slow scan TV.
- bounced amateur radio signals off the Moon from the big dish at
the Arecibo Observatory, PR.
- been editing and publishing amateur radio magazines for 47 years.
- a state-of-the-art digital recording studio.
- four record labels and produced over 150 CDs.
- helped re-popularize ragtime music and personally knows all of
the top ragtime performers.
- started 25 successful publications in the radio, computer and
- published over 100 books.
- wrote one of the first books on digital communications.
- been on an African hunting safari.
- visited the ruins of Ba'albek in Lebanon, the Queen of Sheba's
water catchments in Aden.
- visited the Pyramids, the Sphynx. the ruins in Athens, the Taj
Mahal and Katmandu.
- visited the head-hunter longhouses in Sarawak.
- helped organize and lead trade groups of around 250 people to
yearly electronic shows in Japan, Korea, Taiwan and Hong Kong.
- given keynote addresses to radio, educational, computer, and
- helped invent a new kind of loud speaker - borrowed $1,000 on my
car to start a manufacturing company and within two and a half years it
became the largest speaker manufacturer in the country with seven
- performed in The Mikado and Pirates of Penzance in high school
- served as president of radio clubs in high school and college.
- served in Navy 1942-1946 in WWII - electronic technician on USS
Drum SS-228 (which is on display at Mobile, Alabama) for five war
- been a radio engineer and announcer in North Carolina, Florida
- been chief cameraman at WPIX-TV (11) in NYC.
- produced and directed network TV shows in Dallas and Cleveland.
- a reputation as a gourmet cook.
- served as president of Porsche Club of America.
- raced my Porsche on the Nurburgring and Solitude race tracks in
- both driven and navigated in many national SCCA car rallies.
- served as a founder and first secretary of American Mensa.
- a Ph.D. in Entrepreneurial Science.
- lectured on entrepreneurialism at Yale, Boston University, Case
Western, Babson College, RPL and many other colleges.
- been on the first commercial airline flight between Philadelphia
and New York in 1927.
- flown with father since 1922.
- served on the FCC's National Industry Advisory Committee (NIAC).
- served on the FCC's Long Range Planning Committee (LRPC).
- testified before a Congressional hearing on the music industry.
- had the usual toys: airplane, Porsche, yacht, Jaguar, Mercedes
600 Pullman limosine.
- worked on a Guggenheim grant on a color organ for the Guggenheim
Museum on 5th Avenue.
- graduated Bliss Electrical SchooL Tacoma Padc MD.
- attended Radio Materiel School on Treasure Island, San Francisco
and graduated as ETM2/c.
- served for five war patrols on SS-228 USS Dnun, made ETMI/c.
- taught electronics at Submarine School, New London CT.
- organized and run successful mail order Elm Stamp Company at age
- sung in St. Pauls Church choir as boy soprano.
- sung in Philharmonic Choir of Brooklyn.
- sung in Erasmus High School Choral Club.
- pioneered the 6-meter ham band as the first New York City station
on that band.
- run a 6-meter beacon station for several years in cooperation
with the Radio Amateur Scientific Observations (RASO) program.
- for years had a VHF/UHF station on Mt. Monadnock NH; regularly
heard for over 600 miles.
- been Excutive Secretary of the Music Research Foundation, Madison
- worked for GE as a test engineer on Army radio equipment.
- been an engineer at Airborne Instrument Laboratories in Mineola
NY developing radar equip.
- tried marijuana in 1948 to see what it was like.
- tried LSD in 1960 to see what that was like.
- drunk with shipmates on liberty while in the Navy. Have seldom
- tried smoking as a teenager, thought it was stupid. Ignored peer
- know the real dope on Amelia Earhart's last trip.
- been convinced that NASA had to have faked all of the moon
- driven from Brooklyn NY to Peterborough NH (250 miles), averaging
100 mph one night - including a gas stop.
- interesting friends such as Barry Goldwater, King Hussein, Steve
Jobs, Bill Gates, and Rod McKuen.
- been convinced that with proper nutrition and avoiding poisons we
can dependably live to over 100.
- ridden Starlit Night, the Ringling Brothers top show horse.
- a professorship of horsemanship and taught riding instructors.
- a Hubbard Dianetic Auditor certificate and has processed over 100
patients, with some remarkable successes.
- swum the three mile length of Coney Island many times.
- investigated crop circles and a UFO hovering over a house in
nearby Francestown, NH.
- drove a snowmobile 50 mph in the White Mountains of New Hampshire
at age 82.
- Other than all that I've been taking it easy and having a great
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