Technology in the Arts and information delivery
This is the mailing list for the post-capitalist reading group at **frontyard**. www.frontyardprojects.org
Newsletter about the Memoirs of Clorinda Cathcart and Clorinda Cathcart's Circle, by L. A. Hall, two series of novels about a very diverse (race, gender, class and sexual orientation) set of characters in early nineteenth century London: further details may be found at www.clorinda.org. This newsletter will provide information about forthcoming publications and giveaways, any additions to the background historical information already supplied on the website or links to other sites of reliable information. The author is a historian who strives for a combination of accuracy in historical depiction with the pleasures of fiction.
Mailing list for ArchMach (now the MIT Media Lab) alumni. The purpose is to continue to exchange information about ongoing academic, commericial, and personal activities related to media technology.
to discuss any and all accessibility issues and to buy swap and sell unwanted books or other assistive technology with specific focus of discussions and chats related to people who are blind or have low vision or who have a vision impairment
A forum for architecting and designing a memorial for the 2003 Cedar Fire at the Lakeside Fire Station.
This list is an academic bistro. It discusses issues in the academy, especially the social clubs of political science, law and philosophy. Authors are especially encouraged to discuss their books. No trolls allowed. Anonymous posting is forbidden. Trolling and poor discussion behavior will be dealt with by the site owner.
Technology thinktank for Alternate ROOTS to deal with our organizations tech issues. From website design to office networking to software updates, etc.
For the discussion of Brattleboro Community Television - as well as the usage of technology (video cameras, computers, character generators, editing equipment) at BCTV
This is the email list for the Dublin Playwrights meetup. We aim to meet up once a month somewhere in Dublin to discuss play writing. You can bring in scenes or ideas and we discuss them in an informal atmosphere.
Planning and Co ordination for The Alternative Library Card members.
Mailing list for the Australian Society of Archivists (ASA). Archivists ensure that records, both digital and physical, which have value as authentic evidence of administrative, corporate, cultural and intellectual activity are made, kept and used. The work of archivists is vital for ensuring organisational efficiency and accountability and for supporting understandings of Australian life through the management and retention of its personal, corporate and social memory.
Cinemazine is cooperative blog about movies and cinemas. The authors needs sometimes a possibility to speak about the blog.
A discussion of Assimilate applications, by and for Assimilate users and artists. Assimilate is a software company specializing in tools for film and data-based film post-production tools. Take a look at www.assimilateinc.com
A place where new photographers can get together to discuss the basics of photography without feeling technically overwhelmed or hesitant to ask a question because they are just starting out. Film, both black and white and color, digital imaging and related topics are welcome. This is the spot to ask the "How do I do XYZ?" and have everyone learn from each other.
A discussion and info forum for Capoeira ( Afro-brazilian martial art / dance ),and Samba Reggae ( afro-Brazilian Carnival drumming ).