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To start out, let me put out a couple of good pointers. Everyone wants to know when their new license or call sign is available, so here are a couple of sources.
One of the best kept secrets is that the FCC now has it's own call sign lookup facility on the Web. This could be even better than the University of Arkansas call sign lookup. Try out the FCC Amateur Radio License Lookup database.
Not on the 'Net? Need a more conventional way to check your call signs? Try the FCC's toll-free number. This voice response system is available 24 hours a day (well, mostly, except when major computer glitches!). Dial 1-888-225-5322 and follow the simple instructions.
Interested in the eclectic in Ham radio? Check out the adventures and escapades of some modern electronic "Daniel Boone" types who are starting to work various Ham stuff from their remote campsite. With a little luck you too may be able to get a rare QSL card. See The Hilljerks Amateur Radio Section and keep your tongue firmly in cheek.