Technology in the Arts and information delivery
This is the mailing list for the Barbershop Harmony Society's Dixie District Board of Directors.
Discussion about the weekly and monthly Project Gutenberg newsletter. Production, administration, policy and archiving. This list is for Project Gutenberg. Project Gutenberg is an online collection of free electronic books or eBooks. We employ state of the art techniques to digitize literature, mostly older works, by scanning, OCR, proofreading, etc. We have a variety of techniques to make them easier to find - see http://gutenberg.net (hosted at iBiblio.org).
Liberate art with Libre Software
A list for communications among journalists and editors in the technology area. Disscussions about how the technology would enhance the communications means
list support discussion for artistic activism, digital cultur and any subversion idea in the age of postdigital attitude
Placing of microphones Characterization of human voice, witch means: how does the fourier transformed signal look like. (Also possibility of defining a characteristic entropy witch means a certain correlation of the signal) How is the voice modified when fitting to characteristic frequency curves.
For anybody with a visual impairment who is interested in film or digital photography, image scanning and manipulation and the photographic arts in general.
List to discuss/announce Actions/Progress/Changes of a community-wiki related to Multimedia-Technologies (Audio/WWW/Film ...).
A list to discuss the management of the Book Letters database at Broward County Library.
Tien Rong - a group dedicated to explore technology to help young learners of a foreign language, specifically Vietnamese.
A list for the IGDA Chapter Project Design group working on a Half-Life 2 game mod. This cluster is dedicated to the design team.
Transfer of information regarding current reading list
Daily discussion digest for users of UK TV Freelancers web site. More information: This website has now been running for two years and offers freelancers in the UK TV industry the chance to use the internet to share information about new technology, as well as about freelance rates and employers. The site has interactive databases to allow users to exchange this information. We currently have a Freelists list (uktvfreelancers) which is an announcement-only list with nearly 2,000 subscribers. The new list is intended to be a digest for freelancers to discuss some of these issues and technologies via email, complemeting the forum which we already have online. Our current email list has been vital in promoting the technology of the site, which is breaking new ground in the UK TV community, and we hope the discussion list will continue this work.
Youthcomm Newsletter - monthly info on our service which is by and for young people - using cutting edge technology to broadcast internet radio 24/7, virtual calling technology for our telephone helpline, and web design skills. We also use digital video for producing CD-roms and many more opportunities.
Photography and digital pictures are topics of this mailinglist. How pictures, which one exist in the head, can transferred in digital pictures photographically be without losing the picture idea. Which chances does the digital photography offer beyond this? Which software technical possibilities can be used?