Techology-related hobbies and groups
Linux Users Club is a College activity of M.G.M. CoE students. This list will serve as a communication platform for all members. This will help to increase the information flow between members.
Python User Group India
An announcement newsletter highlighting content on a new AFC Bournemouth web-site, especially highlighting new features which incorporate flash, java-script, DTML and Pearl etc,
Computer Bliss is all about making your computer happy. A happy computer is likely to make for a happy person behind the computer. We focus typically on tips and hints for the AVERAGE user of Microsoft products within a work setting.
Mailing list for Chatway/LevelX IRCd
A closed list used by Members of Aqua Carta Dive Club to discuss dives, equipment, technology etc. Aqua Carta divers participate in technical diving with members undertaking leading edge dives using trimix, heliox etc,
Plan meetings for discussions and the making of field tests of heat exchange technology in public.
This list is for technical discussion of the Open eBook Forum Publication Structure. It is intended to support anyone involved in using the specification, including both content developers who are creating OEBPS content, and software developers who create software to process OEBPS content.
Discussion list for Mid-North Coast students of the LPAB/LEC DipLaw at the University of Sydney Discussion includes the matter of Contracts via instantaneous forms of communication such as email, chat rooms, fax and phone. Also discuss the bearing of technology-related disciplines on court cases, judicial reasoning and the implication for solicitors/barristers
This mailing list covers everything in the horror genre from news, events, stories, etc. This mailing list will provide you with everything you need to know regarding all things horror.
SonicVision - BAT Technology A new list called SonicVision has been created for blind travelers who use a K-Sonar, KASPA or Sonic guide in their daily mobility. Ultrasonic waves provide an auditory feedback system that provides travelers with accurate spatial information about their immediate environment. By listening to different sounds reflected from their travel path, , a blind person can interpret spatial information about what is nearby, such as the texture of an object and its precise distance. By detecting and avoiding obstacles, a travel experience becomes more interesting and safe. The purpose of the list is to exchange information and tips on using ultrasonic technology. . It is a forum through which experienced travelers can help others make full use of ultrasonics in daily mobility and to share with others their expertise. If you have an electronic travel aid or are interested in learning more about using an ETA and would like to join the list, send an empty email to firstname.lastname@example.org For more information about ultrasonic devices, visit http://www.batforblind.co.nz
This list will deal with devices for visually and hearing impaired people to increase independence in public surroundings. These devices range from a white cane, guide dog up to a laser, infrared, sonar cane.
Request technical information about a variety of items including [but not restricted to] computers, consumer electronics, motors, components, and many others, for research prior to Do-It-Yourself projects. Also share ideas and discuss concepts [including safety] before embarking on such a project. Simple example: Request information on the internals of a DC arc welder before attempting to build your own.
Working Group 8.6 of the International Federation for Information Processing was set up over 20 years ago to provide a forum for scholars and practitioners to foster research on the transfer and diffusion of information technology. Membership of Group (and the list) is open to anyone with an interest in the field. Our website may be found at ifipwg86.org