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Re: Sad news about the Math-Hist-List
Posted: Jul 12, 2009 10:46 PM
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When the U of Chicago stopped supporting its Ancient Near East list thru the
library, it moved to ANE @ yahoo groups. It has been thriving there.
Joan H Griffith
When I play with my cat, who knows if I am not a pastime to her, more than
she is to me?~~Montaigne

On Sun, Jul 12, 2009 at 7:33 PM, Thoma Lile <> wrote:

> I've enjoyed the discussions.
> Thoma Lile
> Arlington, Texas
> ------ Original Message ------
> Received: Thu, 09 Jul 2009 04:53:24 PM CDT
> From: "Rickey, F. PROF MATH" <>
> Subject: Sad news about the Math-Hist-List
> Fellow Historians,
> It is with sadness that the Mathematical Association of American has
> informed
> me that the software license for this list will expire on July 14 and that
> this list will be "retired". The MAA will no longer host it. Messages sent
> to
> the list will not work; you may get a reply indicating "no such address"
> but I
> don't know.
> This list has been active since 1994 and there have been many interesting
> questions and discussions. Personally, it has been a rewarding experience.
> I
> hope that you feel the same.
> This decision was made without my consultation and I only learned of it
> recently, so I have not thought about how it might be continued. Your ideas
> would be welcome.
> V. Frederick Rickey
> Professor of Mathematics
> United States Military Academy
> West Point, NY 10996 USA
> 845-938-4010

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