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Techology-related hobbies and groups

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SMES Lacrosse

ST. MARGARET'S TARTAN LACROSSE PLAYER AND PARENT UPDATES AND INFORMATION

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Oracle Real Application Clusters List

This is a moderated list for Oracle RAC users to share knowledge, ask & answer Questions from other Oracle RAC users. List participation is specifically limited to RAC, GRID, GCS, ASM, OCFS, GRID CONTROL, HA, Parallel Query, Cluster Technology, as well as all other RAC & Grid related technology areas of discussion.

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Equine Gaits, Bio-Mechanics

Equine Anatomy, Biomechanics, Conformation, Gaits, and Training: This is a special email discussion list on the topic of equine anatomy, biomechanics, conformation, and gait in regard to, but not limited to, gaited horses. All members of the list participate in discussions either by giving opinions, adding or introducing information, asking questions, etc. We are discussing these topics and the works of Dr. Deb Bennett, Principles of Conformation Analysis; Susan Harris' Horse Gaits, Balance, and Movement; Sara Wyche's Understanding the Horse's Back; Dr. Hilary Clayton's Equine Locomotion, and other pertinent works such as the Swedish biomechanics studies of Mikael Holmström. We will also touch on Animals in Motion by Eadweard Muybridge, and the dressage literature and how it can be applied to Icelandic Horses and other gaited horse breeds. To subscribe to the list, please contact the list owner at iceryder@earthlink.net. Web-based email addresses are not acceptable for this list. All list rules at http://iceryder.net/listrules.html apply.

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Lambda Amateur Radio Club

This is for the GLBT members of LARC to discuss HF, VHF, UHF, satellite and digital communications over amateur radio and the application of computers to operate these systems.

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Sustainable Energy Technology

This discussion group focuses on sustainable engineering and energy technology to promote a healthier, happier world :-)

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The Game - The Lobby

This list pertains to "The Game" group, just like thegame. This list shall be open to everyone that wants to talk about "The Game" and hasn't been allowed access to the main list, yet. Problems pertaining psychological models describing human behaviour are the main topic here.

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MAZDA MAZDA MAZDA

This list's aim is to provide information on the new technology coming from Mazda Motor Corporation, like the new Renesis rotary engine and the new 2.3L four-cylender motor with variable valve timing both coming out in 2003.

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PAVMUG Administrators List

List for discussion between administrators/leaders of the Philadelphia Area VMware Users group.

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SNR Core Team

this is a group of people dealing with problems in wireless community networks in greece.

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Underwater Explorers Club of WA

List for the discussion of developments in breathing and re-breathing apparatus and for announcements pertaining to the local industry.

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PGP-n-GPG

The PGP-n-GPG Mailing List is to provide a forum in which Ukrainian and Russian users are encouraged to ask questions on the installation and use of PGP (Pretty Good Privacy) and GnuPG (Gnu Privacy Guard) software.

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The Fremont and Elkhorn Valley Railway

I am proposing a mailing list for members of the Fremont and Elkhorn Valley Railway (FEVR) and others interested in its operations. The FEVR is a non-profit railfan club located in Fremont, Nebraska, USA. The FEVR currently operates a small museum in Fremont with a maintenance and repair shop in the back of the building, owns and operates several pieces of rolling stock, a diesel engine, a small switcher, and enough passenger cars to make a consist of about eight units. A non-working steam locomotive was recently obtained. Hopes are that it can be restored to operational capabilites over the next several years. A stretch of railway right-of-way between Fremont and Hooper, Nebraska, 20-some miles distant, is operated and maintained by club members. Excursions trips on a semi-regular basis during the year, mostly in non-winter months. Annual dues in the club are $25. Membership is open to any railfan, whether professioally trained and experienced in railroading or not. A love of railroads is the only requirement for membership, other than dues payment. There are just over 30 members currently attempting to keep in contact using ad hoc e-mailing kluges. The list would be used to communicate announcements regarding club meetings, discussions of activities, generalized discussion of railroading, etc. No commercialization of the list is planned for or requested. Railroading is an "ancient" technology comparatively speaking, a highly mechanical one true enough, and certainly not very electronic. But definitely, technology it is nevertheless.

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Excel 2k3 list of IEEE, MEC

A technical festival is conducted annually by the IEEE student chapter at model engineering college, cochin, india, where students from all over south india participate. This is the mailing list set up for this year's tech fest "Excel 2k3", intended to inform the participants about the events, results, announcements, preliminary round of competitions etc. The fest is conducted during 20,21,22 March and this list will cease to be operational after march

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Competitive Intelligence in SEO

Newsletter and discussion of tools and resources for use in competitive intelligence as it relates to search engine marketing and promotion. Topics include spidering, web page parsing, data mining, and other online methods of aggregating, storing, parsing large data sets.

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CTS Place Newsletter

Sign up to be updated on the happenings at the CTSPlace Website - the starting point for information on Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and other related topics. This relates to technology, since Carpal tunnel syndrome is an occupational hazard of those who work in the hi-tech field. One of the causes is working on a keyboard, mouse, etc. which is why Ergonomics is the way to work safetly at the computer to prevent computer related injuries.

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