Technology-based organizations general organizations
Kingston Amateur Radio Club This is an informal group that allows discussion of all facets of Amateur Radio in the Greater Kingston Area.
The list is to support volunteers in the volunteer process. This means that this list should be used to discuss scanning and proofreading tips, thoughts, suggestions, and questions. It also can be used to discuss accessibility questions and/or concerns. We suggest that other conversations unrelated to Bookshare volunteering be moved elsewhere.
This list is for discussing your use of and questions concerning Bookshare.org, a project of the Benetech Initiative. Bookshare.org enables those with print-related disabilities to legally share copyrighted text in alternative electronic formats as prescribed in the Chaffee Amendment to U.S. Copyright Law. The list is open to members, subscribers and others interested in learning about or sharing their experiences using Bookshare, sharing tips about how best to utilize Bookshare, technology used for reading Bookshare's books, and for sharing book recommendations. We suggest that other conversations unrelated to Bookshare be moved elsewhere.
A political-indipendent group of citizens who care their district and work together to make it better. These citizens lives in Bergamo (Italy) and their district is called 'Malepensata'
This distribution list will include the officers of the Castlewood Oak Valley Neighborhood Association (COVNA).
Discussions of citizen's initiative to place Medicaid expansion on the 2018 Idaho Ballot.
This list is intended to allow Riverfly recorders to communicate with each other.
Mailing list for a group of volunteers related to local social work in Finland.
Bringing the message of recovery to modern technology using voice recording
The Association for ecological economic research (VOeW) is an inter- and transdisciplinary network. The VOeW is a non-profit association and argues with questions of sustainable development as well as its practical conversion. The special emphasis of the activities is on the area of sustainable economy and technology and the contribution, which enterprises, politics and universities in addition can carry out. The network offers various contact contacts between science, politics and practice by the composition of its members and its activities. Apart from the exchange of the members among themselves, which is supported by working groups and this listserver, we organize meetings of different kind and direction. The aim of the list is to disseminate and discuss topics related with environment, economy, environmental technology ("green technology") and sustainable development.
Members and associates of the National Technical Association Hampton Roads Chapter. NTA is an organization of Minority Technical Professionals, dedicated to supporting one another, to professional development, and to encouraging and motivating our youth to pursue technology-related professions. We reach out to students to teach them the math, science and computer skills necessary to achieve in school and pursue these careers.
The River City 3 Railers are the O-Gauge Special Interest Group of the Richmond Freelance & Prototype Model Railroaders, a 501(c)3 non-profit entity dedicated to educating the public about the history of railroading through public model train displays.
Distribution of notices to supporters of the API Computer Users Group
A list for members of Castlehill & Pittodrie Community Council to discuss business and prepare meetings
This is a listserv for Black alumni of Virginia Tech who live in the Greater Hampton Roads / Tidewater area of the State of Virginia. The Greater Hampton Roads Regional Black Alumni Council (GHRRBAC) is a group of concerned VA Tech African-American Alumni dedicated to supporting and enhancing the VA Tech Colleges of Engineering, Business, Science, Architecture, Veterinary Medicine, and others through diverse recruiting, mentoring, and nurturing of new and prospective students. The GHRRBAC also provides programs and activities designed to increase professional development and networking opportunities for alumni who are part of the council. The majority of GHRRBAC list members are skilled professionals in science, technology, and business fields.