That site(qsl.net) has nothing I have done with satellites, it is mainly used as a contact point for those that have made contact with me via UO-14, nothing more really.
I also sold all my "ham" gear and put amateur radio on hold until I can find a nicer group of people to associate with.
N. Wisconsin has a small group of close-minded hams that "expect" you to at, say and think as they do, I do NOT fit that picture, so I am the outcast(too bad for them, they lost two 440 repeaters because of this also).
I hate snobs and that mentality/attitude, it's NOT conducive to good will and friendship. Even when they KNOW you are listening, they will not call you back, even if you place a general(CQ) call for some conversation, they completely ignore me and several others I associate with. They'll wait a few minutes, thinking I've moved on, then call their buddies to meet for coffee.
The group I refer to is: Tomahawk Repeater Association, of Tomahawk, Wisconsin. The 145.430 repeater, and it's many members are thoughtless snobs(to me at least, they are) and only care about "you" if it places them in the spotlight showing that they are so good willed and caring(NOT!).
They are the MAIN reason I gave up on amateur radio, because I happent to live near this group, and I refuse to be a moldable puppet for their amusement.
Try ICQ, go to TUCOWS.COM and download the beta version for your platform. It's easy and you can create a list of folks you would like to stay in contact with.
Hope to see you pop up in my list, we can use real time instead of list postings.
I'll be looking for an Orinoco card to supplement these crappy Proxim Symphony cards I am using.
I would like to USE NS instead of having it take up HD space.