Re: [orthodox-synod] New List: OrthoTech for Technical People
- Actually, I must give credit where credit is due. The idea came up in some
correspondence with another Orthodox Christian "techie" and it was really
*his* idea. I only took it one step further and took it upon myself to go
ahead and just *do it*. Naturally, with a little guidance and motherly
instruction from my Cyber-Baba, Dr. Elizabeth Riggs, and about 30 minutes
long distance time on the phone, we got this thang off the ground and
Thankfully, it has done very well in its infancy, and is moving right along.
Dr. Riggs is also a Co/Moderator of the new list, so feel free correspond
with either one of us.
And, do come join us! We're having some really great conversations, and
hopefully, productive input from the members.
P.S. Elizabeth, just in case my reply doesn't go through to the other lists
in the address bar, (because I might not be a member there), feel free to
forward my reply to them. -- Thanks, El Peludo
> Andreas O'Dell and I have developed and implemented a new e-http://www.egroups.com/group/orthodox-synod
> mail group called OrthoTech. It is a "networking" newsgroup/list for
> Orthodox Christians employed in technical occupations. Those
> occupations may include, but not be limited to: programmers,
> systems analysts, security specialist, engineers, doctors, nurses,
> scientists, and professors/educators in those fields. Membership is
> open - anyone can sign on - but we would like you to register your
> "real" name with e-groups.
> This newsgroup is a brainchild of an idea that has developed from
> correspondence with other Orthodox Christians who are employed
> in technical fiels, and would like to have a separate group for
> networking. Discussions would include technical job information,
> offers, requirements of various degrees and types, and would be
> limited in scope to technical work issues.
> I would like to personally invite any and all of you who work in
> technical fields mentioned above to join this list. The links at the top
> and bottom of this mesage will take you to the OrthoTech
> subscription site.
> Thank you very much, your most unworthy servants,
> O anaxios,
> Elizabeth Riggs, the Sinner
> and Perennial Student
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