On Sun, 09 Jan 2000, Harvey Newstrom wrote:
> James Rogers <email@example.com> wrote on Sunday, January 09, 2000 3:53 pm,
> > The exi-freedom list was not a Y2K list, which you seem to imply. There
> > actually *are* exi lists that were about Y2K, but this isn't it.
> Are these "exi" lists owned by the same "ExI" that Max More founded? Why is
> it running from e-groups instead of from the ExI servers that runs this
> list? Where can I get a list of such "exi" lists?
Not ExI (as in official Extropy Institute) lists, rather exi-*, extro*, and
the myriad of other lists on the Internet whose members tend to be loosely
associated with extropians as a whole, hence the prefix. I know I'm
probably on a dozen or so of these lists, which are scattered across as
many list servers.
I don't keep track of these lists, rather I tended to get invited to join
them, which I often do. Since most of these lists aren't terribly active,
I've lost track of most of them. I don't think anyone has actually
compiled a list of lists for this particular case. I'm probably on 30-40
mailing lists at any one time, and I heavily filter all but a few of my
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