General technology-related discussions
Email Distro for Society of Golfers Against Good Golfers
email discussion list of Kibbutz Kfar Etzion for the dissemination of technology related info. The intention of the list is to answer computer and internet related problems. Permit members to ask about computer problems they may have and share computer, internet and technology related solutions that they may have.
We are a group of retirees from the State University of New York. [SUNY] Our discussions have covered everything from union business to public health to language to topics of general interest to politics we were previously located on yahoogroups. This group has been in operation for over a decade. Good manners are a requirement.
Grab your GPS and head outside. If you have questions or comments about geocaching in the St. Louis Missouri, Bi-state area just give us a shout. SLAGA is comprised of geocachers who live in an area around St. Louis, Missouri. It is a region, extending from an area southwest of St. Louis for 100 miles in all direction. SLAGA is just one of many geocaching groups in the midwestern United States. What is Geocaching? Geocaching is a high tech version of hide-and-seek. It's hiking - with a goal. Geocachers from all over the world place trinket boxes (caches) in the wilderness or urban areas hidden from view of the main public. They then use their Global Positioning Satellite Receiver (GPS or GPSR) to record the precise latitude and longitude. "X" marks the spot! This information is posted on the website www.geocaching.com. These "caches" usually contain trinkets for trade. When a cacher finds a box, they can take something out of it, but they need to leave something in trade. There's also a log book to sign, and they are invited to log their find on the website for each cache. *** NOTE *** SLAGA did not create this newsgroup, nor is it responsible for its maintenance and moderation. However, SLAGA does link to it from their web page because they consider it a valuable resource. The newsgroup is created so that geocachers in the St. Louis area (or anyone else, for that matter) can communicate, discuss geocaching-related issues, stories, etc. This newsgroup is not affiliated with geocaching.com, or any other geocaching organization. The newsgroup administrators are not responsible for the content of any message, or for any consequences resulting directly or indirectly from the receipt of or failure to receive any message.
North Takoma Neighborhood List
A bunch of old men reliving there better years.
For those who graduated from Freeport High School, Class of 1965, or their friends, to share experiences, views and to keep in touch. Please be respectful of one another.
Atelier de réflexion sur les alternatives economiques, politiques et sociales.
This is a special place for sharing joy and sorrow for testing the validity of ideas for sharing humor and frustration for swapping tall tales for pure bullshit. Nothing is off-topic when it gets down to Pure Bullshit. Is the Tao of Bullshit the true Tao? ~~Blessed are those who are cracked.......For it is they that let in the light~~
He may be old, he may be rude...........hey wake up, you're on the Good Times Dudes Emergency Network. Time to tune in to everything you need to know about the Dudes. No more outdated addresses each year, no missed people because everyone has their own set of addresses..........Just wall to wall GTD!!!! So listen up, get with the e-mail etiquette or you'll earn the monthly Slacker Seal of Abuse. Use your highlighter and liberally delete portions of any message you are replying to that are irrelevant....... No sending 4 page e-mails where you've only added 2 sentences - DELETE, DELETE, DELETE........ remember he may be old, he may be rude, but GTDer's in good standing delete their garbage before sending. Thank You. As we were saying..... he may be old, he may be rude but we're all just Good Time E-mailing Dudes!
Created around 1997 by web design guru David Siegel, Daveworld, or [DW] as members refer to it, is not all about web design but became populated by like-minded followers of Siegel's journal/blog where topics were more varied. [DW] has grown quite large at times with membership peaking at 200 or more, but over the years this has dwindled to a core of 40 or so. We discuss topics of general interest and also share news about our families and friends. Posting volume is quite varied, sometimes going weeks without a post then becoming quite busy for days if an interesting topic is raised. Hosting has been on several free listservs over the years, moving as hosting providers closed; most recently [DW] was a Yahoo Group before moving to freelists.org when closure of Yahoo Groups loomed.
discussions of interest to those with a visual impairment, or who work with those with a visual impairment, in the Tallahassee Florida area. This includes such topics as audible traffic signals, demonstrations or events showing adaptive technology in this area, announcements of meetings of organizations of special interest to the blind, and generally things to do with blindness or life in this area of Florida.
This list is for alumni of Phillips Academy, Andover, who graduated in 1964.
We are a small community in East York, Toronto. We want a mailing list to allow us to easily advertise social events, help each other with home renovation ideas, ensure that our seniors are being taken care of and generally ensure the well being of our community.
The aRocket list exists to provide a forum for the discussion of amateur rocketry and NewSpace system development.