UKHA Community Hits 1,000 Members!

The UKHA_D mailing list has just had its 1,000th member join this afternoon!!

This list is for the UK Home Automation Die Hards! This can be quite a busy list at times (record month averaged out around 130 messages per day!) but is full of interesting debate and info on HA and related topics (MP3, Home Cinema, DIY, General Computer Stuff etc)...


We pride ourselves on having one of the friendliest, most helpful lists around. You won't get abuse for asking a "newbie" question and flaming isn't tolerated. If the message volume is too high for you, you can still subscribe and have a digest email sent once a day or even turn off email all together and just read the articles you're interested in on the web.

If you're in the HA industry or have more than a casual interest in HA then subscribe to this list now!

It's not a mailing list - it's a way of life! : -)

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ukha_d/

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