Techology-related hobbies and groups
The Blind Web Masters email list is a forum for persons who are blind or visually impaired to discuss techniques for coding and creating web sites. Topics such as which editors work best with assistive technology, specific code examples and methods for creating accessible visually appealing sites are all valid. This list can also serve as a forum for individuals looking to find or outsource web design projects. Whether you are an experienced web designer or if you just wrote your first html page, this list will have something for you.
Ex-employees of Memeo, Inc.
Scripting Help for Jaws For Windows
Discussion about the three-dimensional graphic processing: modeling, animation, transportation, representation, compression, rendering, film making, virtual reality
To provide information of specific importance to Visually Impaired computer users.
Graduates of the chemical engineering department at the University of Tennesse, Knoxville. The purpose of the list is primarily just to help alumni keep up with each other; everyone on the list will receive a copy of the list once a year or so. Anyone with a job opening they'd like to publicize will occasionally send that out, and some of the information may be given to undergraduates in the ChE program, in case they want to contact someone who's been where they're going or worked for an employer they're considering. Other than that, the list is pretty much free from any mass mailings.
This is a discussion lists for persons working with the Texas Department of Rehabilitative Services to improve the lives of disabled Texans through assistive technology.
This list is dedicated to discussion of the Komi language from the typological point of view. Komi is a finno-ugric language in the North-West part of Russian Federation. Points to discuss: formal morphology, semantics of the grammatical categories, reflexives and intensifiers, non-finite verb representations, complement clauses, relative clauses, adverbial clauses, discoursive markers.
E-mail forum where blind and visually impaired individuals can share ideas on how to do genealogical research about their family history using such sites as Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com) and FamilySearch (http://familysearch.org/). Other discussion may include, but is not limited to: Setting up your own online pedigree chart and family records using such programs as Family Tree (http://familysearch.org/tree), Sharing useful keystrokes in various Windows screen readers such as JAWS (Job Access with Speech), WindowEyes, NVDA, etc. Discussion of other electronic technologies which could facilitate the accumulation of family history information such as smart phones, Apple computers, Windows laptop computers versus Windows desktop computers, and so on. If it concerns working on your family history while using accessibility paraphernalia for people who are blind, this is the list for you.
Week 4 Broncos group at Philmont Training Center from July 2003. It will include Internet, computer, etc. related topics. It will also have a little bit of something from each member.
Where members and friends of the Blind Programming list can discuss any programming-related projects they choose to colaberate together on.
This list will be the primary email method of communicating with the entire membership of the Texas Horseshoe Pitchers Association. I have been using a recently requested list called THPA for the officers during out check out phase. I had originally thought I'd use that list for the entire membership, but THPA-membership is more descriptive.
This list is for those waiting to take the Clear Lake Amateur Radio Club's amateur radio license class. The class is provided free of charge as a public service to individuals interested in obtaining their FCC amateur radio license.
Distribution mail list for discussion and notification of upcoming meetings for the Chicago area VMware users group.
This list, is for discussions related to, Freedomscientific's Openbook software.