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Dan.Pop at cern.ch
Mon Apr 26 06:56:33 PDT 1999
On Sun, 25 Apr 1999 OnwardMike at aol.com wrote:
> I noticed that the links are to other web pages, but I could find no link to
> or reference to AMP-L, which, as we know, does not have a web page.
Where did you get this idea from? AMP-L got its own web page a few
months after its creation.
It can be found at http://www.amp-info.net/amp-l.htm and it looks like
this, when converted to plain text:
AMP-L (Amputee List) is an open forum for the discussion of amputee and
related issues. This list will serve as a forum for the free exchange of
ideas for amputees and interested others to discuss matters of mutual
This list was created in March 1996 by people who wanted a forum to express
ideas relating to amputation. Subscribers will determine the content and
topics suitable for discussion. Use of the delete key is recommended for any
post found offensive or not to be of interest. Personal attacks are
The moderator is a R) BK amputee resulting from a motorcycle accident
in1969. Since that time he has taken an active interest in issues relating
to amputation and hopes to participate in a forum that discusses the amputee
experience from many different perspectives.
Amp-L is a restricted, public, archived mailing list. Only members can
submit messages to the list but membership is open to anyone. All messages
are stored in an archive (space permitting).
send a message to:
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[Image]Wayne Renardson, Moderator
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