Techology-related hobbies and groups
Boston area chapter of ADAPT, a Disability Rights organization.
The Reddit Secret Santa 1070
The list is requested for gardeners of a community garden in vienna (www.gemeinschaftsgartenhernals.wordpress.com) to communicate issues, dates etc. via email.
Job lead announcements list sponsored by the Berkeley, East Bay, and San Francisco chapters of the Society for Technical Communication (STC). Companies with technical communication jobs to fill send us job descriptions. We ensure they are clear and appropriate, then send them to our subscribers. The list has been active since 1996 and is moving because our hosting service no longer supports majordomo.
This is a list where totally blind or visually impaired people can discuss using any of the iOS devices from Apple. At present they are the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. This list focuses on the accessibility built in to the OS, how to use it and how to overcome any problems you might be having. This is a place where we can all help each other to make our iOS devices a fun and complete portable everyday way of doing things. From phone calls, to how to use the iPod and everything in between. Have fun! All I ask is that we all respect each other. After all, it's the list members who really make the list!
A discussion list for builders of scale models of all genres and scales. Primarily for scale modellers located in the Darling Downs region of Queensland, Australia.
organising a small conference in brussels on (hacker)communities, organisational forms and cooperation.
(Second Email list)The Bass Amateur Radio Irlp Group ::IRLP NODE 6391 ::Group Monthly Newsletter ::for IRLP NODE 6391 URL link www.qsl.net/vk3irl ::Our Forums Links :: http://bassirlp.proboards19.com :: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/bassirlp
TapeVille is a discussion list for people who use audio cassette tapes, VHS (videotapes), or any other kind of recording tape; even DAT tapes. Discussion topics include fancy or funny things done with tape (speed up, slow down, reverse playback, tape looping, tape delay) to different ways to convert tapes into other formats, such as digital.
We are people over 50 who live or work in the London Borough of Hackney. The purpose of this list is mutual help and information about getting ourselves online. Principal topics: acquiring, understanding and maintaining appropriate hardware, software and assistive technology; understanding and developing our own Internet resources. Please join us.
This list reunites former students of the California Institute of Technology, Pasadena. Relevant topics include molecular genetics, astrophysics, pedagogy, human factors in technology, and related events.
This list is to facilitate the sharing of information for Y7 members of the Multicultural Leadership Academy
This list serves to offer a way for users of the GVS to communicate and to provide assistance to eachother when creating software tools that contribute to the existing GVS software. The GVS has been developed with First Nations to enable other First Nations to communicate their values to outside (non-band members) resource managers and planners. The GVS uses an approach to empower community members to collect data and information and develop software tools that are best suited for their individual culture's needs. The GVS applies menus and multimedia links to enable users to access information and knowledge about Traditional Environmental Knowledge (TEK). The GVS uses the Flexible Internet Spatial Template (FIST) as a base so check out the FIST list also.
An email list for the Suncrest 10th ward picnic committee
SCADA security discussions.
Welcome to the Guide Dog Chat list! This is a safe and fun guide dog team community where you can ask for advice, voice your opinion, chit chat and just be yourself. We, as a guide dog user community, welcome any discussion or comments you might have. Although this forum is primarily for guide dog users, everyone is welcome, all opinions are valued here at Guide Dog Chat. The members of this list represent a wide range of backgrounds, beliefs, personalities and self-identities. We encourage you to join the conversations. However, violations of list rules or personal attacks will not be tolerated. Please read the following forum rules before posting in the community: 1. Keep it affirmative. This is a supportive environment where we can freely exchange ideas and provide constructive advice and information. Personal attacks or inflammatory language disrupts the affirmative nature of the list. So, let's keep our cool and refrain from using hurtful or harmful language. Translation: We will not always agree but we can disagree without causing a scene. 2. Save the SPAM. One of the things that makes this community great is our full participation in the threads and discussions taking place. Posting messages with the sole purpose of soliciting a product or plugging a blog or site, interrupts the flow of conversation and detracts from the advice-driven purpose of the forum. Please refrain from posting links to products, blogs or sites unless it is in direct relation to the topic at hand. 3. Please stay (reasonably) on topic. Wildly going off topic detracts from the other persons post, and could be seen to make light of their problem/discussion. Repeat thread hijackers will have their messages moderated, or banned, after reasonable warning from list moderaters. To change the message focus, simply choose a new subject line. 4. Signature lines plugs are OK. Just wrote a book or edit a blog? Want to plug your MySpace, Twitter or Facebook page? Feel free to place your html tags in your signature line and not in the body of the message. 5. Don't share personal contact information to the list. Even though this is a safe community, it's never a good idea to post your phone number, or mailing address. All posted numbers and addresses will be deleted by the moderators. Please remember that if you wish to share your personal information, do so off-list! 6. Moderators have discretion. The moderators reserve the right to delete any post or suspend/ban any member for violation of the above rules. Please direct any comments or concerns to the list owner.
Lista para usuarios de estaciones de trabajo Amiga, en Mexico y naciones hermanas de sudamerica. No Warez, ni Emulos solo Amigueros de corazon y con Agnus en el cerebelo. :)
IEUG List for Ecometry Software
Email list for organizing a relay team for the 2014 Tennessee RAGNAR race
The VIAAA is a group of people located in Austria who organize yearly cart championships with four up to six races per year. This list is to organize communication among its members.
Where the skaters can keep in touch and make announcements of upcoming events and birthdays and anniversaries. Only members with valid emails can post messages through this mailing list! Let's keep in touch skaters!
A discussion list for users of the birding data recording program Avisys.
Group of guys that work in local IT shops that want to keep up with each other.
Mailing List for www.nlpinfocentre.com
This list is maintained by the St Thomas Sailing Center to help members and members with boat access to find sailing partners. Once you join the list you can post whenever you're looking for someone to sail with or are available to sail. If you're posting as available crew, it will be helpful to include your sailing experience. This list can be used for both day-sailing and racing. Fair winds everyone!
Information pertaining to past and future conferences for ASME CIE-SEIKM. (American Society of Mechanical Engineering, Computers and Information in Engineering Conference, Systems Engineering and Information and Knowledge Management)
This is a private mailing list for the "Self-Knowledge through Deconditioning" workshop - in order to make it easier to send group notifications, exchange correspondence, and send files.
Technology related discussion for Visually impaired in Ireland
This list will be used to let the members know where and when we will have events as well as trade ideas about the website or online newsletter, taking better digital pictures, and information about the group.
Seagoing Engine And Deck Officers Group (SEADOG) is a forum for sharing technical information of intrest to USCG licensed engine and deck officers. Users shall avoid of reinventing the wheel on all types of technical topics by sharing and learning from others. Vessel class/specific information as well as items of general professional interest can be presented in the forum.
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.
list for G2I participants and tech development for MySQL/PHP database. Users will be able to post messages and questions on development of the free user database slated for completion Q2 2008
To provide information of specific importance to Visually Impaired computer users.
Discussion about the three-dimensional graphic processing: modeling, animation, transportation, representation, compression, rendering, film making, virtual reality
News related to assistive technology in blindness
Mailinglijst naar scouts en ouders van de Redbadtroep van Scouting van Maasdijk, Heerenveen
Vereinsuebergreifende Mailingliste zum Planen von Apnoe-Aktivitaeten und zum Finden eines Tauchpartners in und um Aachen.
Een Nederlands talig mailing lijst waar blinde en slechtziende Android gebruikers in het Nederlands informatie kunnen uitwisselen.
Local SAS User Group for the Connecticut arrea
This group is for long time friends of HND, who is now over 90 years old. Since his grand 90th birthday last year, friends and family have decided to plan and host his birthday on March each year. This group is for the closest friends, relatives and family members who are responsible for planning and hosting HND's birthday yearly.
This is a discussion list for the growing community around Language Technology for the Celtic Languages. This list is meant for both users of LT, LT producers, R&D, and other language enthusiasts.
Where members and friends of the Blind Programming list can discuss any programming-related projects they choose to colaberate together on.
Chaminade Highschool Robotics Team - Big List
This list is for administrative messages, news, and discussions for members of the Retired Men's Golf Group at River Bend Golf & Country Club.
Announcements for subscribed members of Bergwanderforum Berlin. An on line discussion based planning platform for trekking tours.
Finnish aviation site Helsinki Malmi development - fly in aug 2013
Goal: increase quality and quantum of free PDA-friendly legal data. Method: exchanging tips and tricks for exploiting small handheld devices, such as RIM/Blackberry, Palm OS and Pocket PCs. Target Data: statutes, codes, court opinions and rules, etc. Note: since the data concerned was/is created by government employees salaried by tax dollars, the resulting PDA-friendly docs would be freely accessible to ALL, not just attorneys. In short, participants should consider this an opportunity to give back to our community.
A list for anybody who works with, uses or has an interest in High Tech Assistive Technology or the adaptation of mainstream technologies to enhances an individuals independence.
A mail list to coordinate work among members of the copenhagen youth council of the danish organization of IT professionals - PROSA.
This is an announcement only list that customers of BAUM USA can join to be kept informed from time to time about product updates, technical bulletins, etc. Posting to the list is only done by the list owner.