It's a nice article, but I don't think I like them calling it "low-tech." It sounds antiquated, which it is, and that draws some people in by appealing to the KISS (Keep It Simple, Stupid) concept. However, amateur radio is more than AM SSB voice. I've heard non-hams tell me how surprised they were to learn about the technologies we have at our disposal. It wasn't an article about general ham radio, though -- it was all about how hams are passing health and welfare traffic. It's still a pretty positive article for amateur radio, but I wish they hadn't called it "low-tech."