Techology-related hobbies and groups
A discussion forum for Sprague Rod and Gun IDPA Club.
Announcements only list for Sprague Rod and Gun IDPA Club.
Mailing list for members of Make Votes Matter East London local group.
This is list is to allow professionals in IR to bounce ideas off of one another and discuss other topics of interest.
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Mailinglist for HAM radio operators, who are interessted especially in RTTY mode.
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High School Boys Lacrosse Team information throughout the season
This is a list for anyone interested in the politics of repair and maintenance. We welcome researchers, activists, policymakers, designers and all interested parties.
Shine on, Moonlightenment email list
Canis Major is a list for Enthusiasts, biologists, owners and educators to discuss the genetics, biology, taxonomy and issues surrounding wolf X dog crosses. Discussion also includes wildlife reintroduction of the Mexican Grey wolf, Red Wolf and the pros and cons surrounding this controversy. Wild wolf, captive raised wolf behavior, genetics and mutations and why they may be occurring will be discussed at great length. There are issues surrounding domestic dogs interbreeding with the wild wolf, which has been causing new diseases to erupt within some of the wild wolf population. It is also a discussion list to dispel myths and to have truthful discussion about the behavior, containment, and welfare of the captive raised wolf and their hybrids.
Email discussion group for members of Left Unity Glasgow.
Forum for discussing organisational and techincal questions concerning the annual meeting of the Geophysics Group Munich. On this meeting former and current scientists of the Geophysics section of the LMU Munich plan research projects and cooperations between science and geophysical industry. This disscussion will partly be extended to the mailinglist.
VIP-L stands for Vision Impaired People's List and is a community service to the blind and vision impaired community in Australia and abroad. Please note that, despite the list name, vip-l is open to anyone with an interest in blindness, vision impairment, disability or accessibility! The focus of VIP-L is predominantly information sharing , as well as being a forum where list members can ask technical and other questions relating to blindness or vision impairment. While members will sometimes provide commentary on posts, the purpose of the list is not primarily for discussion and debate of topics.
Wed Nite BBQ happens every Wednesday starting mid June till the end of Sept all over the northeast-side of Los Angeles (from Hollywood - downtown to SouthPass)with occasional special Wednesday events all year long...A place to meet new friends and network with artists, writers, musicians and other bohemian types...no hipsters allowed...
Friends of Malmi airport (www.pelastamalmi.org) board mailing list for discussions of daily findings and preparation of board meetings.
Discussion group for advanced training using state of the art methods. topics: *computer vision -marker free observation -activity recognition -motion tracking -automatic error analysis of movements and batting *medicine -automatic health observation -critical (non optimal) state warning *discussions about new training methods
This list, formed in May,1997, is comprised of Papillon dog owners, breeders, and those who compete in both conformation and performance events. Our goal is to use the internet to facilitate our discussions not only about the Papillon breed in general but also about other related topics including technological advances that assist us such as microchipping and tattooing, health issues and treatment, building Papillon webpages, digital photography and other resources that can enhance our experience of being Papillon Dog Owners in the 21st century. We have members from all over the world and this list enables us to communicate expeditiously and effectively using e-mail.
The new and fully functioning mailing list of the WebValley research camp. Discussions about solar energy and technological application (in IT) of renewable energies.
A group of cycling techies in the heart of Silicon Valley, California, that also includes many dentists and other nefarious types. Mainly road riders who maintain a high fitness level, some race on occasion. If you would like to discuss Ubuntu vs. Red Hat Linux, advantages of dental implants or a member's latest trip to Machu Picchu on your training rides, come join us!
A discussion list for members of the Swift Library Consortium, a consortium of Victorian (Aus) public libraries sharing the SirsiDynix Unicorn/Symphony Integrated Library Management System.
Mailverteiler des Capoeira Grundkurses des Hochschulsport Hannover. Capoeira ist ein brasilianischer Tanzkampf. In dieser Mailingliste tauschen wir uns ueber aktuelle Traingszeiten, etc. aus
Welcome to the mailing list of the Carrot Mob Event in Cologne, Germany. It will happen at least twice a year, so we need your help. More info here: http://carrotmobkoeln.org/ http://carrotmob.org/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Smart_mob Sign up to take part in the project coordination. Your application will be confirmed as soon as possible.
We are a group of faculty at a private university discussing the prospect of unionizing contingent academic labor on campus.
Email list for the Committee of Dog Guide Handlers Australia.
Generel news and information from the Danish Research Library Association. Topics related to IT: User Education Interlibrary Loan Marketing and User Services Registration Journals http://dfdf.dk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=36&Itemid=51
Technology Enabled Community - Individuals from Mary Paffard's Faraway Study groups who are interested in staying connected and continuing to inspire each other's lives regardless of where they are positioned on the globe. Mary Paffard's Faraway Study groups are comprised of yoga teachers and advance practitioners who live around the world and who have used various technology to enable communication, information sharing, and community that otherwise would have not been possible. The participants on this list will be using the list to share communications about the different projects they are undertaking to continue their personal improvement and community-based improvements. Organizers will use the list to arrange technology-based conference calls and other communications on a quarterly basis.
Discussion group of blind and visually impaired players on issues concerning the organization
A group of runners in Waterloo, Ont. who are testing the benefits of electronic technology-based training for the Chicago Marathon - including GPS systems, heart-rate analysis, web-based route planning, computerized nutritional analysis, etc. This is coordinated through a website.
Online Forum for Asia-Pacific DNAs to enable experience sharing among DNAs in this region as well as to prioritize issues to dicuss during global DNA forum and other relevant issues.
The National Community Development Association (NCDA) Region I "universal" listserv provides an outlet for HUD program practitioners to learn about and explore technological resources in the areas of CDBG; HOME; HEARTH; and other HUD programs. Discussions will include topics on HUD systems including IDIS project/activity setup, drawdowns, and reporting; Consolidated Planning; CAPER; e-SNAPS; LOCCS; CPD Maps; etc. Subscribers of this list will include NCDA Region 1 members in addition to state and federal partners.
Discussion about flight testing, including test-conducting, telemetry, software, instrumentation.
Emailing list for past members of the Brunel University Mountaineering Society
This group is for discussing the vision technology for the totally blind known as The vOICe (written with capitals O I C in "vOICe"). The vOICe converts images and video from a camera into corresponding sounds. Blind users in particular are welcome to report their experiences, and ask and answer questions. Hopefully this group will evolve into a lively user forum where more experienced blind users help new users. Discussion on alternative sensory substitution technologies as well as retinal implants and brain implants is welcome, and in fact encouraged in the context of open benchmarking and informed decision making. The overarching theme is artificial vision for the blind. In order to post to the list after subscribing, just send your message to email@example.com or reply to postings from others. More information about The vOICe technology can be found on the website http://www.seeingwithsound.com
Information sharing platform and discussion forum about aeronautical and aerospace topics. Candidates to the Private pilot and Commercial pilot licenses sharing joint information of interest.
This list should cover the needs for the firefighting department from Harsefeld. As we are doing the job in our free time, without earning money, I was looking for a free solution. For our homepage we need a multiplikator for emails to deicated persons, which are then responsible to put the stories on our homepage. www.feuerwehr-harsefeld.de
Discussion mailing list for the interested people in Seevetal (Germany) which want to share their primary interest in green technology. Namely wind and solar enegy on everybody's houses.
Technology for cycling: lighting, web-based logging, performance metrics
The ASSA Radio Astronomy Group is a special interest group within the Astronomical Society of South Australia. http://www.radio-assa.org.au/ http://www.assa.org.au/
Stay informed about the Windsurfing events in Greece and all over the world. Learn more about the latest Windsurfing Industry technological achievements for the newest high-tech and high-end sailboards, musts and sails.
Announcements and discussion relating to the Internationalist Clubs at Portland (Oregon, USA) Community College.
Amateur Radio Experimenters Group is a special interest group in Adeladie South Australia. We are a self help electronics group specialising in telecommunication activities. We scratch build or modify a majority of our equipment for experimentation purposes. This is our club email list and is closed to the general public.
Designed for online voice chat quiz discussion, also for discussion of quiz's in general, any online quiz's discussed here are free, this list also relates to visually impaired people
The National Community Development Association (NCDA) Region I listserv provides an outlet for HUD program practitioners to learn about and explore technological resources in the areas of CDBG; HOME; HEARTH; and other HUD programs. Discussions will include topics on HUD systems including IDIS project/activity setup, drawdowns, and reporting; Consolidated Planning; CAPER; e-SNAPS; LOCCS; CPD Maps; etc. This list is for members only.