General technology-related discussions
The discussion of antiques collecting, restoration, and over all general knowledge. topics would be vintage furniture, electronics, art, jewelry, toys and more.
This list is intended to support our community and the need to communicate, plan events, and share security concerns. NOTE: This site is not intended for discussions about politics, religion, or business advertising.
This list has been dedicated to discuss some major issues within people of visual disability and sighted community , to clarify , refute misconceptions on both sides , and to intensify the general awareness as well, about how a blind person can easily cope with demands at various spectrums , to discuss some daily problems , and to propose for a suggested solution from both sides.
Created for Blind Edmontonians, this list is a place for discussion and desemination of technical and social issues related to access and the rights of the Blind, Deaf-blind and Visually Impaired.
An e-mail discussion group on raising, preserving, and breeding Rare and/or Heritage Breeds of turkeys. This group is open to everyone interested in turkeys, be they new or old seasoned pros. NO flaming is allowed. DUE TO THE SIZE OF THE LIST the moderators would like to make clear that it is the responsibilty of the RHT posters to be vigilant about trimming their posts so that they are easier to read in the digest form, as well as keeping the archives clearer for those who need to research information. Also, it's very important with a list this size to keep on topic, which is TURKEYS only. Off topic concerns MAY occasionally be permitted by the moderators, but this is at their discretion and has to be kept to a minimum. If you have turkeys or eggs for sale, you are highly encouraged to post these to the list as the purpose is to spread these turkeys whenever possible. However, people who answer these posts must do so PRIVATELY. The list can't be cluttered with communications which are only important to the two people involved. If you think you will enjoy talking to another poster on a more personal basis please do so off list as well. You will most likely have more fun and gain a new friend in doing so. Please follow these guidelines or expect to see posts REJECTED BY THE MODERATORS. This will be done from sheer lack of time on their part. We just don't have time to edit on a list that has become high volume. Do not take it personally if you have a post come back. Just check it over and either trim it, put it back on topic, or send it privately. REPEAT OFFENDERS CAN AND WILL BE BANNED from the list, so please take the guidelines here seriously. The moderators want to make reading and posting on RHT an enjoyable experience for all involved. Thank you for helping us do so!
The Society seeks to conduct respectful, substantive discourse about the current political moment. Members are selected for their variety of perspectives as well as demonstrated history of insightful observations and opinions about subjects of moment. They are also chosen with a recognition that it is difficult to find fair-minded peers with whom to discuss complicated issues in long form.
forum list for tea-corner member which discuss about education, general information about science, unic information and others information.
A general discussion for both members and others with interest in topics of interest to the blind in Houston, Texas.
Lista para discutir ações que promovam o bem-estar coletivo, através de atividades que envolvem o software livre. // List to discuss actions that promote the general welfare through activities involving free software.
We want to start a collaborative makerspace in Tbilisi. The space will be host to events, lectures and projects around creative use of technology.
It is a general discussion on a green project (www.stuna.de) and healthy and green living and mobility.
Open Source: is it good for developers? Good for users? Good for business? For those who want to stretch the definition of Open Source software, debate its pros and cons, convince others to accept or reject the Open Source idea or the idea's basic premises. This is the mailing list for debating it!
this list will talk about any kind of "assistive technology" you wish! This includes computer screen readers such as Jaws, nvda, system access, narrator (for those that don't have jaws, nvda, or system access), BrailleNote (mPower and apex), digital talking book players (all), and VoiceOver for Mac and iOS devices. (iPad, iPhone, & iPod Touch). firstname.lastname@example.org (subject = subscribe)
A free culture is one where all members are free to participate in its transmission and evolution, without artificial limits on who can participate or in what way. The free culture movement seeks to develop this culture by promoting four things: * creativity and innovation; * communication and free expression; * public access to knowledge; * and citizens' civil liberties. This list aims to bring people of Mumbai (though anyone from cyberspace is welcome to join) together to share, discuss and promote Free Culture. See http://freeculture.org/ to learn more about Free Culture.
technical discussions and social issues related to impact of projection digitization systems in cinema management in italy