General technology-related discussions
beta testing of latest version of Beniya software.
Email list for residents living on Country Club Road in Darien, CT
This is a general chat list with help for musicians and technology when needed.
Exchange and share information for amateur radio mesh networking in Union County Ohio
The Grand Cascades neighborhood information and discussion board.
Georgetown-Seattle is a group listserv for the residents in our neighborhood of Georgetown, Seattle. Feel free to post on any topic that may be of interest to the Georgetown neighborhood. Any member can post messages. No anonymous postings. No spam or commercial advertising please. Absolutely no threatening or intimidating messages. Violation of these ground rules may result in removal from the group. This group is not affiliated with any specific organization. This email list is intended as a replacement for the Yahoo group which will end service on December 15, 2020.
Camping Site development planning discussion
This email list is for the residents of the Long Meadow Hamlet neighborhood in Leesburg, VA to communicate with other residents. Please direct questions about this list to Jeff Loughridge (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Forum for Guardian ad litems in Fairfax County to discuss relevant issues regarding to representing the best interest of the children in court proceedings
Mailing list of graduates of the Department of Physical Technical Informatics at NSU
Hardesty Estates neighborhood sign committee for Hardesty Estates neighborhood community association mailing list. This list serves as a means of communication for activities, events, and meetings for the sign committee of sign committee of Hardesty Estates neighborhood in Davidsonville, Maryland.
Visually impaired persons sharing their computer literacy with each other. Social chit chat and freewheeling discussion of contemporary subjects with particular focus on computer usage and social sharing.
A place for discussion of all things concerning the condominium at Harbour Isle West Fort Pierce FL
We are a group of individuals from various guide dog schools. We join together to share information about our guide dogs, personal lives so we can get to know one another, support one another during happy and sorrowful times, often discuss technology, have assisted with any issues that individuals request suggestions, opinions, or just a listening ear. Those who are interested in acquiring a guide, are working guides, and happen to be between dogs. Instructors from any school are welcome.
Are you, or someone you know, interested in becoming involved with a peer support organization for blind and low vision computer users of all skill levels in the Maryland area? This group has been created to foster the growth of a strong and supportive network of access technology consultants, educators and computer users. Are you motivated by the need to learn and a desire to share your specialized knowledge of computers? blind and low vision computer users in Maryland need a computer support service. The group's mission will be to disseminate and exchange information about computer hardware, software, access technologies, and relevant supplemental information of a less technical nature. This group will provide a forum where questions can be asked about specific access hardware, software, and adaptive equipment in general, and information regarding such topics can be freely shared and considered. Members will have the chance to offer presentations on their particular areas of expertise. We also hope to have local and national computer vendors frequently present live demonstrations of relevant products and services. Whether you are a beginner or an advanced computer user, we believe you will find the group very interesting and educational, and you are sure to meet others who will help out with any computer-related problems you may be having! We are dedicated to advancing access by low vision and blind persons to the world of computer applications. Mission 1. Exchange information and advice among blind and low vision computer users. 2. Expand computer literacy within the blind and low vision community--especially the use of computers to overcome limitations. 3. Encourage employment advancement through networking and peer support.