OT: Austechwriter list moved back to Yahoo

Subject: OT: Austechwriter list moved back to Yahoo
From: "Elizabeth Fullerton" <Elizabeth -dot- Fullerton -at- expert -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 9 Jul 2003 08:25:35 +1000

Sorry for this being a bit OT, but I know there are some Austechies on
this list - this message is for them...

If you've noticed the list has been a bit quiet this week, and haven't
investigated yet - well, there's been a problem with the whole of
Freelists (involving lightening strikes and damaged hardware) - and it's
going to be out of commission for a while, so it looks like we're back
to spammy Yahoo again for a while.

For those of you for whom this message means little, Austechwriter is an
Australian Tech Writer list, somewhat lower volume than this one, but
with wholesome meaty chunks full of goodness - you can find it at

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