Techology-related hobbies and groups
For blind and partially sighted people in the UK with any kind of non-commercial interest in gardening.
Lista de distribucion del grupo de Gestion de la seguridad informatica SENA
help tennis players find partners to play
An email list to share information and tips on beekeeping in general and any Auckland, NZ specific topics
For everything under the sun about the McClure-Chute-RatzDeTagyos-Steadman Clan, such as family vacations, travel plans, and shared pictures
Exchange and networking on the subject of species-appropriate / alternative beekeeping Münster and surroundings.
People around Zurich interested in BDS can keep updated via email.
Crossfit is an open source fitness movement that seeks to develop elite athleticism through the combined efforts of coaches, trainers, and participants across the planet. This list serves to facilitate the dissemination of content generated by affiliates and participants of this system.
Apollo Flight Operations team reunion group
This list is for students that are currently taking Stationery Scripting Courses to be able to share their stationery.
Noticias diarias en Español en formato HTML sobre el accionar de los peloteros cubanos y latinos en las principales ligas profesionales de baseball activas del mundo como la MLB y la NPB.
The topic of the list is the discussion about how to promote free (as in free speech) software the right way, i.e., telling people about freedom and explain the differences to open source. I'm not sure it this is well suited to freelists, since it is more about philosophy than technology. But since it is about software, mainly, I decided to try since freelists is also about freedom.
Members of road associations & home associations in Southern Colorado. The content management system is still under construction. We will have a forum to discuss computers and internet. We will have a forum on passive and active solar home design. Teach people how to use simple technologies. For example, water can store 62.4 btu's per cubic foot, masonry only about 30 btu's cubic foot. However, most if not all current designs require heating water to about 140 degrees and then pumping through the floors. Heat loss increases with temperature difference in a non-linear manner. So we will present a method of heating using standing water that will not exceed 70 degrees or the home will be uncomfortably warm. We believe that this is a very simple technology but the need for it is great. That is for homes, for road building we are not as far along in developing an improved technology to have better roads in our developments. Thank you.
Ongoing discussion about comparative scientific and logical topics and ideas as well administrative techniques for boards and wikis.
The Cooperation Research MailList between CNIS and Standards Staff,Sun,Microsystem.