[Nfbmo] list guidelines?

DanFlasar at aol.com DanFlasar at aol.com
Wed May 11 18:30:56 UTC 2011

I'm not the - or a - list moderator but I have  drawn their attention (and 
occasional ire) for posting non-NFB and/or  blindness/visual impairment 
issues here.  What you describe looks good to  me and I certainly would like to 
receive the information.    Information, for example, on Missouri resources 
offering educational  opportunities to become disability rights activists 
has been posted here as has  info on jobs, etc.   I leave it to others to 
provide a more  comprehensive guideline.   
   But I vote  yes on your postings.  I find  AccessWorld extremely useful.
In a message dated 5/11/2011 11:08:42 A.M. Central Daylight Time,  
freespirit at accessibleworld.org writes:

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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