[Nfbmo] list guidelines?

fred olver goodfolks at charter.net
Wed May 11 18:02:45 UTC 2011

If you read the email you received when you subscribed to the list it does, 
I believe list the guidelines, one of which is that the material be related 
to the NFB.

Fred Olver

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Nancy Lynn" <freespirit at accessibleworld.org>
To: <nfbmo at nfbnet.org>
Sent: Wednesday, May 11, 2011 11:03 AM
Subject: [Nfbmo] list guidelines?

> Are there list guidelines as to what can or can't be posted here? For 
> example, I often send out announcements for Accessible World events to 
> other lists? Can they be sent here? If you're not familiar with 
> www.accessibleworld.org, they do lots of interesting events such as tech 
> talk where new technology is introduced and demonstrated, issues facing 
> blind people where a different topic is discussed each month, healthy 
> living led by a certified nutritionist, classroom of the air where all 
> kinds of different information is presented, and also various types of 
> book discussions. Would you guys be interested in learning about those 
> events? I'm also the producer of Books & Beyond, an internet talkshow 
> where we talk to authors, editors, publlishers and other creative and 
> interesting people. We're heard on several internet outlets including ACB 
> Radio. Would you like to receive those announcements as well?
> In short, just let me know what is or isn't appropriate for this list. 
> Thanks muchly.
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