Techology-related hobbies and groups
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!
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Abrakadabra Jamaican NRG Club about neurolinguistic programming and energy storage
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
Private blog with a focus in Geocaching and solve Geocaching-Mysteries, cryptography and some private stuff about live, sport and Hannover.
As a missionary with the Rock of Ages Prison Ministry, we send out a regular prayer letter to all of our supporters and friends. This mailing list will serve as a way to send out our family prayer letter to all those who request it from our ministry website!
The adapted graphics list's purpose is to discuss graphics designed for the blind and viusally impaired. This includes the development of tactile graphics, and other types of information design for the blind and visually impaired. The list is for anyone interested.
This is a list for Girl Scouts leaders in the Union 1 service unit to email the whole service unit.
Group of guys that work in local IT shops that want to keep up with each other.
A discussion list for users of the birding data recording program Avisys.
SCADA security discussions.
Mailing list for members of the Pacific Constitutions Research Network to share information and discuss issues.
We are a group employed to serve busdrivers in the field in Sweden. This is a new project to get more effectivity in bustrafic and it have just started in Stockholm whith surburbans Discussion about Traffic, Road Safety and related items . To share knowledge, experiences and announcements. The need for a tool like this are essently due to we are located in different places and have not the possibility to meet such often. Hovever , we need to share information on daily basis, for evaluation and for quick respond for changes in workflow. When i look at your category "special interest" there are plenty whith similar communication needs. Our language is swedish so this explanation in english maybe not please you this thime eiter.
This list is intended for any blind or vision-impaired person who uses, or is considering using, a mainstream GPs (satellite) navigation solution, not specifically designed for vision-impaired people. There are already several specialist GPs products such as Humanware's Braille Note GPS and trekker, and the street Talker/destinator software which runs on freedom scientific's Pac Mate. But many vision-impaired people are successfully using more mainstream alternatives such as the Wayfinder software which can run on some symbian Series 60 mobile phones in combination with the Talks screen reader application from Scansoft, and there is the potential for a great expansion in the use of other GPS-based technologies, as screen readers for a wider variety of mainstream hand-held devices are developed. This list is designed to enable the sharing of ideas relating to these and other non-specialist solutions.