Technology in the Arts and information delivery
This is a mailing list for those working with MusicTaco.com to develop web site content, generate ideas, and bounce ideas off of others.
This list is for the continuing support amongst writers who have graduated from the Damn Fine Words course Autumn 2014.
Here, we will discuss everything around our MTB/BMX Dirt jumping spot in Münster, Germany. This is a long term effort and many volunteers requested a different communication medium than Facebook.
The mailing list discusses on topics related to multimodality and multimodal analysis. It gathers Italian and international scholars in the field.
Specimen, a non-profit organization based in Sweden, announces news about its work on the very secure chat- and forum-platform they develop and their work for free speech.
For Users of DPS Velocity NLE Video Editing software along with associated Plugins and Utilites
Those interested in technical aspects of theatre and the media including online radio theatre
Lista dedicata allo scambio di informazioni tra i collaboratori di Telecitofono la prima e unica TV di strada di Reggio Emilia Telecitofono is the first and the only street TV of Reggio Emilia, Italy. In this list Telecitofono Staff discuss about tv production, video editing software and internet streaming
Discussions about Voice Over IP in general, providers, accessible PBX software and clients and other useful tips from a blindness perspective
A closed forum to connect team members responsible for producing the BrailleCast podcast.
This list is for people who love books, especially if you love reading books in accessible formats such as audio, braille, large print, eBooks, iBooks, daisy text books, and every other accessible format you can think of. The Purposes are to discuss and review and recommend books, and places where accessible versions can be found. No requests to swap books are welcome on the list. Open to all ages. No swearing, flaming, pictures allowed.
All members in this list are writers, even though none of us has anything published (yet), but give us some time and you will see...We met as part of a course we did in a library downtown Madrid called "On writing short stories". The atmosphere created was so intense and rich that we've decided to keep in touch regularly and meet whenever we can. We'll use this list to do that and to share our written stories as we create them.
Pop-Up Choir is a unique experience of community, musical celebration, and helping others. SHOW UP: As a no-commitment, no-rehearsal choir, Pop-Up Choir is open to all. Truly no musical experience is necessary to join! SING OUT: Nationally recognized performer and teacher Kira Willey leads singers of all skill levels in a joyful, judgment-free atmosphere. The Choir learns a simple and fun arrangement of a contemporary pop or folk song on the spot. By evening’s end, the voices of Pop-Up Choir ring out! DO GOOD: There’s no admission fee to participate; however, attendees are asked to contribute in some way—food donations, or a coat drive, for example—to the event's chosen social cause.
Matralab Concordia inter-x research group list.
Australian based network. For musicians and songwriters interested in writing and distributing music and songs for use in worship, as well as those interested in contributing to the theology and themes explored. Started in the Uniting Church for anybody interested in constructive participation.