We here at the ham radio podcast were doing our normal search for ham related gear and came across this April fools jem from Google!. While we are not lingual in Japanese, the YouTube video gave us a good laugh. It appears that Google is using a straight key that is typically found in a ham radio station to send Morris code into a word processing program with some twists. Typically a straight key is used to make contacts in Morris code. We enjoyed the video and are sharing it here for you to view as well. If you would like to check out Google’s April fools video, check it out here, http://www.google.co.jp/ime/-.-.html#intro
Also, we will be launching our first podcast here at the ham radio podcast very soon. Keep an eye out for that and feel free to post in our forums. We are looking to build our community and welcome you to it!