Techology-related hobbies and groups
A discussion group for SBL and its members and affiliates interested in developing Greek and Hebrew fonts.
A discussion list for those interesting in discussing all aspects of the history, archaeology, culture and just about anything else in Britain from the late fourth to seventh centuries CE.
An information sharing and discussion group for people fighting the proposal to curtail the Sunday naturist swim at the Western Baths Club, Glasgow, Scotland
This is an announcement only list that customers of BAUM USA can join to be kept informed from time to time about product updates, technical bulletins, etc. Posting to the list is only done by the list owner.
This list will discuss how Technology can be used to assist people with disabilities. How electronic magnifiers, mobile phones, PDA's, Computers etc can be made inclusive.
Mailing list for referees doing the ASHL at Canlan 8 Rinks in Burnaby BC
A get-together forum for members of the University of Nairobi Academic Staff Health Insurance Group.
Coast Makers is a social group of Makers on the Sunshine Coast of BC. We meet monthly on the third Thursday of every month and we host two annual events. Santa's Make shop and the "Sunshine Coast Mini Maker Faire". List membership and attendance to our monthly meetings are open to everyone.
A local community association is trying to better schedule maintenance with respect to building a local outdoor ice rink.
E-mail list from Work Group 2 - Health Informatics Communication Standards - GT2/CEEIS/ABNT Lista de Distribuição do Grupo de Trabalho 2 - Comunicação da Comissão Especial de Estudos em Informática em Saúde da Associação Brasileira de Normas Técnicas - GT2/CEEIS/ABNT.
A mailing list of Helsinki Aquarium Society (HAS), Finland. The list is ment to be a platform for communication among specific members during different kind of projects.
News related to assistive technology in blindness
This is a place to discuss the Retrochallenge, a demonstration of the utility of legacy technologies for work and play. Are you tired of comments such as "this computer is too slow to do anything" and "this operating system is is not capable of doing such and such"? These comments are rarely accurate since productivity and creativity are human values that rarely depend upon the machine itself. This is your opportunity to demonstrate your creativity to the community at large, and learn more about your old machines in the process.
This list allows people from around the country to converse on various topics related to and solely to the use and accessing of Assistive Technology.
Discussion among retired or recycled higher-education chief information officers