Today is Labor day and in recognition of who really does the work around here, I am taking the day off.
You can read more about the holiday here.
30 meters (10.100–10.150 MHz)There were caveats attached of course dividing individual slivers for certain services: CW, narrow band digital, beacons, wide band digital etc. Also there remains a "gentleman's agreement" that the WARC bands may not be used for amateur radio contesting, a sport in which hams try to rack up two-way communications competitively for both distance and quantity.
17 meters (18.068–18.168 MHz)
12 meters (24.890–24.990 MHz)
"The concept of QuickHitz was born in 2005. That’s when Sean Demery launched a feature called “The 60 Song Music Hour”—where songs were cut down to one minute each—on CBS alternative KITS (Live 105) San Francisco, where he was PD at the time."