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WOMEN-ONLINE NEWS "will highlight the best of the website and provide highlights of statistics and must-see sites for and by women, as well as provide women an international space for discussing newsworthy issues relevant to women online". To subscribe, send a message to: email@example.com and in the body of your message, enter only one of the following choices: subscribe (this will give you the digest version) or subsingle (this will give you a separate non-digest version)
INTERNET-WOMEN-HELP "provides a forum for women to ask questions and receive help on a variety of internet-related applications, functions and tools". To join, address an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org and in the body of your message, enter only one of the following: subscribe (this will give you the digest version) or subsingle (this will give you a separate non-digest version)
MAC-WOMEN "functions as help forum for women only, similar in nature to internet-women-help in its twofold purpose: to provide women who are mac experts the chance to share their knowledge, and to provide women who are mac-users a comfortable, low-volume forum for learning more about all things macintosh". To join, address an email to: email@example.com and in the body of your message, enter only one of the following: subscribe (this will give you the digest version) or subsingle (this will give you a separate non-digest version)
WEBGRRLS is an international networking organization for women in or interested in new media. Webgrrls communicate via the list and also during real life meetings which offer an opportunity for networking and training. Visit the Webgrrls website to find a local chapter near you and then send email to the chapter leader asking to subscribe.
SPIDERWOMAN Spiderwoman's main focus is to provide a supportive atmosphere for women web designers to deal with issues of web development and consulting. Topics include beginner to advanced HTML questions, developing standards for designing Web pages, skills improvement, business and social responsibility, starting your consulting business, networking and the meta-issues of being a female computer consultant/web developer. To subscribe, send the message: subscribe to firstname.lastname@example.org. or to email@example.com for the digest version.
SPIDERWOMANBIZ This is Spiderwoman's list for women who run web-based businesses and is meant to provide a forum for women to network and support each other. Issues include how to promote, market and sell advertising on your website, and how to use the Internet for sales and marketing and networking. To subscribe, send the message: subscribe to firstname.lastname@example.org. or to email@example.com for the digest version.
BA-BIZWOMEN "is a networking and discussion list for business women in the San Francisco bay area. The list is designed to provide support and resources for women in all areas of business, with an emphasis on entrepreneurs". To join, address an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org and in the body of your message, enter only one of the following: subscribe (this will give you the digest version) or subsingle (this will give you a separate non-digest version)
WORKINGMOMS is a list that working mothers can use to get support and advice from others who are trying to juggle all of the responsibilities that go along with being a working mom. To subscribe, send email to: email@example.com and type subscribe working_moms in the body of your message and leave the subject field blank.
WEBMOMS is a list for work at home mothers who work for a web design business or are thinking about starting up their own web business. They help each other with business, technical and family questions. To join, fill out the subscription form at the WebMoms website.
SYSTERS is a private organization of professional women in Computer Science or Computer Engineering, or holding an equivalent technical position in industry, academia, or government. As of December 1996 there were over 2500 women in 22 countries ranging from old-timers to relative newcomers, seasoned professionals to undergraduate CS and CE majors. Mecca, the Systers' forum, allows members to communicate and find out about each other. To join, fill out the form on the website.
WOMEN20S is a general discussion list for women in their 20s. To subscribe, send a message with the subject line: SUBSCRIBE WOMEN20S Your Name to LISTSERV@MAELSTROM.STJOHNS.EDU
WOMEN30S is a list for women in their 30s. Topics include turning 30, turning 40, kids (to have or not, little ones or big ones), careers or jobs, relationships, school, current events, womens' rights, politics and pointless chatter. To subscribe, send a message with the subject line: SUBSCRIBE WOMENS30s Your Name to LISTSERV@MAELSTROM.STJOHNS.EDU
WNet is a mailing list for women of all ages. It is unmoderated, and exists to allow women to develop and maintain online friendships with other women who may share or challenge their interests, thoughts and ideas. To subscribe, send email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. In the body of the message, type: subscribe wnet
SMASH-LIST is for women who are breaking the stereotypes. The Smashing Network encourages women to forget about the expectations of society and culture and to dare to follow their own minds, hearts and dreams. To subscribe, send the message SUBSCRIBE to SMASH-LIST-REQUEST@DANDYWEB.COM
FEMISA, hosted by Communications for a Sustainable Future, is a list where those who work on or think about feminism, gender, women and international relations, world politics, international political economy, or global politics, can communicate and share information in the area of feminism or gender and international studies. Send subscription messages to LISTPROC@CSF.COLORADO.EDU The Femisa Archives are also available online.
LESBIAN_NEWS is an information-only list for lesbians or bi-sexual women. It serves the purpose of facilitating the exchange of news, announcements and information relevant to lesbians. For up-to-date information on the lesbian-news mailing list, address email to: email@example.com and in the body type ONLY: info lesbian-news
LESAC-NET "is open to self-identified lesbians or bisexual women who are academics -- graduate students, professors, or other faculty members. The purpose of the list is to provide lesbian and bisexual academics a way to network with each other, share resources and ideas, pass along interesting information, and get support". For information on the lesac-net mailing list, address email to: firstname.lastname@example.org and in the body type ONLY: info lesac-net
LESBIAN-STUDIES is a safe and independent space for lesbians and bisexual women who do scholarly work in the field of lesbian studies to discuss topics such as lesbian and bi history, literature, cultures, politics, and theories. For up-to-date information on the lesbian-studies mailing list, address email to: email@example.com and in the body type ONLY: info lesbian-studies
LESBIAN-WRITERS "is a networking and announcements list for lesbians who are or aspire to be published writers. The list is NOT a chat list or a virtual writing group". For up-to-date information on the lesbian-writer mailing list, address email to: firstname.lastname@example.org and in the body type ONLY: info lesbian-writers