I assure you this is not the case. I can arrange for direct access for MathPolemica. The other two, you'll have to contact directly. There are three options for almost ANY egroups list, provided the list owner has not turned them off--you can receive every message as it arrives, a daily digest, or no messages with only web access to archives and new posts.
At 04:14 PM 9/3/00, Ze'ev Wurman wrote: >Unfortunately these lists seem to be: >(a) only web accessible, so people relying on, or preferring, email are >out of luck >(b) you need to have "cookies" enabled. If it is OK by you, fine. If >not, you are out of luck again. > >Thanks anyway. Ze'ev > >PS - If you choose to register anyway, I suggest you falsify you DOB >(requested info). You can choose to stay reasonably close to your true >DOB if you feel obligated to keep the demographic info correct, but a >DOB and a full name are almost as good as an SSN. > >=========================== >Victor Steinbock wrote: > >I have discovered three discussion groups on Egroups (I've been >subscribed >to several Egroups, including EducationNews digest). > >http://www.egroups.com/group/mathpolemica >http://www.egroups.com/messages/GTASingaporeMath >http://www.egroups.com/group/SingaporeMath > >The former is still quiet, but, maybe with a little push, may become a >real >barn burner. > >The other two are quite chatty. However, they seem to be mostly local >questions. I have not seen the larger issues being discussed there. Any >takers? > > VS-) > >-- >From........: Ze'ev Wurman >email.......: <firstname.lastname@example.org> >Phone.......: (650) 858-0655 >