Techology-related hobbies and groups
The Christian Disability Advocacy Network (Cdan) provides support to people with and without disabilities who are interested in advocacy and inclusion of people with disabilities in churches and the wider community in Australia. People with disabilities and those who support them are often not able to be involved in a local church community and may be isolated, particularly if they live in a rural area. This email list provides a safe and welcoming space where people can share their stories and experiences, and offer practical resources and support. Technology has played a significant role in revolutionising communication and accessibility for people with disabilities. Cdan will look at ways that technology can be used to advocate for inclusion of people with disabilities in churches, and how churches can best utilise this technology.
SIGSAC's mission is to develop the information security profession by sponsoring high quality research conferences and workshops. We are the SIGSAC Group at UCF and look forward to informing you of exciting topics in today's world of privacy and security.
This mailing list should enable the users of Team OiDs Free Routable Garmin Maps to discuss problems and questions with other users, provide feedback and hints to the developer.
Mailing list for our team for the http://www.flyingangels.ch/events/bfm-berner-frisbee-meisterschaft
Salt Assault Festival is a D.I.Y. festival that promotes safe and sustainable voyaging by sea. Since 2012 a group of young sailors have been converging in Rio Dulce Guatemala bi-annually to share skills, dialog topical concerns, and celebrate our successes and shortcomings alike. As word spreads about these free D.I.T. meetups we are finding a growing need for a platform that supports open discussion. The meetups have formally been known simply as the "Rio Dulce Boat Punk Meetups", but in an effort to establish a more structured environment that can be made to function in other ports we have introduced Salt Assault ( saltassaultfest.org ) an info site focused on providing the when and where of the next meetup. Past meetup pre-discussions have been done via bcc list or social media sites where after the event happens all dialogue is arrested. We are looking to establish a platform that enables the talk to continue as well as include the growing number of friends whom have chosen to permanently detach themselves from social media sites. We have three goals in a mailing list. 1. To connect people attending the festival so that they may establish safe alternative travel plans. 2. To build a community of motivated individuals who share a common interest in alternative sailing projects. 3. To facilitate festival workshops by organizing people who do not know each other but can work together in providing experience and material that is in line with the general interests and networking goals of this meetup.
Research particular in artificial intelligence. The most of interesting things include Evolution, Electronic brains, Memory migration, Turing test, Genetic programming, Prolog, etc. All of the discussions in innovative and creative ways.
The Indivisible groups are forming to resist the decimation of Human Rights, the acceptance of Fascism, and the crash of the standard of living accompanying the disenfranchisement of millions of voters leading to the current administration in the U.S. https://www.indivisibleguide.com/
Discussion newsgroup for nebraskache members and others who enjoy the sport/hobby of geocaching aorund Nebraska
collaborative forecasting device / poli-sci-fi risk indicator / meta-disciplinary wire service / + blue-sky research fanzine / laced with amusements / + / all are welcome to post / please include URL to source material & contact info for principals if available / to join go to spectregroup.org
People who pratice a traditional Qi-Gong and want to discuss their experience.
Collaborations and content sharing for Community Employment Speciailists accros NYState under the ACCES-VR (Adult Career Continuing Education Services-Vocational Rehabilitation) initiative. This list will be only for those Community Employment Specialists approved by the grant to access infromation and share resources in relation to the position in assiting schools and district personnel in the referral process.
I’ve noticed a need in the animal protection community & the general public to engage in the discussion around animal testing. My goal here is to get people thinking -- and talking -- about animal testing and the alternatives. I'll often be writing about policy and science, but will keep it reader-friendly.
To allow us to add new recipients without loosing track of who should be in the recipient of the weekly emails to arrange the 5 a side football sessions on Thursdays
Share your stories about animals you have rescued.
Securing Smart Cities is an initiative to identify the cyber-security challenges facing smart cities and to propose workable solutions to address them. We aim to promote cyber-security best practices and cyber-solutions for all the technologies used by smart cities – with the goal of creating safer and better places for everyone. The concept of a smart city is very topical, and many organizations around the world are working on intelligent solutions to make urban areas energy efficient, comfortable, environmentally friendly and safe. Far fewer are thinking of the cyber-security of these smart cities. Securing Smart Cities aims to solve cyber-problems at every stage of a smart city’s development: from planning through to the actual implementation of smart technologies.