The Third House - Communication
The symbol on the wheel for this House is two people taking hands,
a test of trust and commerce for millenia.
I communicate for my living; I also communicate
for fun. These are some of the lists on which I currently communicate (or
have communicated some time in the past):
To subscribe to these lists, you send mail to LISTSERV@host with
the message SUBSCRIBE list, where host is the host name as
shown below, and list is the list name as shown below (the part
that comes before the @ sign). You can put your name in at the end of the
subscribe line or not.
The beekeepers' mailing list
Dedicated to British motorcycle marques. They have a
Chat about Medieval, Renaissance and early Baroque music. Some overlap
with rec.music.early. Immense volume.
The list for lovers of mustela putorius furo, the domestic ferret.
Legalization efforts, health, stories, etc.
The Morris Dancing Discussion List. I recommend digest form; the list
can get busy. They also have a
Renaissance dance; technical details and related discussion.
The Pacific Northwest Bikers' Social Mailing List. My very best sleazy
biker friends. Bikes, malt whiskey, food, weather, bikes, mushrooms, art,
music, bikes. VERY high bandwidth; not for the faint of heart.
As a general rule, to subscribe to these lists you send mail to listname-request@host,
and in the body of the message put: subscribe your name. That is,
your human name, not your machine address, which the software picks up
You've visited the web
page, now read the (voluminous) mailing list! Send mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
and put SUBSCRIBE chile-heads in the message body.
A scholarly list, very serious. I lurked, mostly; obvious ignorance
is not often tolerated... On the other hand, it's fascinating stuff!
Note, it's been a long time since I got mail from these folks; they may
no longer exist...
The mailing list for the West Kingdom of the Society for Creative Anachronism.
See the Web page for more details.
I also subscribe to the BayGourmet
Chef lists at onelist.com. If
you have more time on your hands than prudence, check out Stephanie and
Peter da Silva's bloody huge Publicly
Accessible Mailing Lists database of doom.
Essays & Stuff
This could easily go under the heading of creativity
(and is actually there as well), but if you're interested in reading
communications of my opinions, you may.
(obfuscated to foil spambot harvesters; make the obvious substitutions)
Last modified 1 Nov 2000