The List of Lists
Modern Paleo is the home of six specialized e-mail lists. They are not for debate, but instead for friendly discussion and sharing of useful information. These lists are not moderated, but members who violate the very basic rules will be subject to moderation, if not unsubscribed.
- PaleoBloggers: PaleoBloggers is an informal private mailing list for bloggers who adhere to and advocate a broadly paleo approach to nutrition, fitness, medicine, and supplementation. Its basic purpose is to facilitate communication about matters of mutual interest -- such as blogworthy links, the paleo carnival, upcoming events, posts of interest, and best blogging practices. Its broader purpose is to help paleo bloggers more effectively advocate and promote the paleo approach. Click here for more information and to subscribe.
- PaleoCooks: PaleoCooks is an informal private mailing list for people who eat a broadly paleo diet to discuss paleo-friendly cookery. Its basic purpose is to facilitate communication about cooking and eating paleo -- such as favorite recipes, better and worse ingredients, good suppliers, useful techniques, and more. Its broader purpose is to help paleo-eaters eat more a healthy, varied, and delicious diet. Click here for more information and to subscribe.
- PaleoFitness: PaleoFitness is an informal private mailing list for people who eat a broadly a broadly paleo diet to discuss paleo-friendly fitness. Its basic purpose is to facilitate communication about fitness from a paleo perspective -- such workout methods, lifting techniques, pre and post workout nutrition, preventing and healing from injuries, enjoyable sports, and more. Its broader purpose is to help paleo-eaters enjoy productive and enjoyable workouts. Click here for more information and to subscribe.
- PaleoParents: PaleoParents is an informal private mailing list for parents and others interested applying a a broadly paleo approach to nutrition, fitness, medicine, and supplementation to kids. Its basic purpose is to facilitate communication about paleo as applied to kids and families -- such as pregnancy, breastfeeding, kid-friendly recipes, dining out, supplementation, kids sports, and more. Its broader purpose is to help paleo parents raise healthy and happy kids. Click here for more information and to subscribe.
- PaleoThyroid: PaleoThyroid is an informal private mailing list for adherents of a broadly paleo diet with diagnosed or suspected thyroid disease. Its basic purpose is to facilitate the sharing of information, resources, and experiences about thyroid problems amongst independent-minded people already eating paleo. Click here for more information and to subscribe.
- SousVide: SousVide is an informal private mailing list for people who cook sous vide, particularly home cooks. Its basic purpose is to facilitate the sharing of information, resources, recipes, and tips related to cooking sous vide. (This list is not limited to paleo-eaters.) Click here for more information and to subscribe.
In addition, Diana Hsieh's OList.com hosts another paleo-related e-mail list:
- OEvolve: OEvolve is an informal private mailing list for Objectivists and others interested in the proper application of evolutionary principles to diet, fitness, and health. Its basic purpose is to facilitate discussion and information-sharing amongst Objectivists about the science of cooking, nutrition, exercise, supplements, health, and more. The list is very active, with about 300 subscribers. While only Objectivists can post to the list, others are welcome to lurk on it. Click here for more information.
The Paleo Rodeo
What is a "blog carnival"? According to Wikipedia, "A blog carnival is a type of blog event. It is similar to a magazine, in that it is dedicated to a particular topic, and is published on a regular schedule, often weekly or monthly. Each edition of a blog carnival is in the form of a blog article that contains permalinks to other blog articles on the particular topic."
PaleoBloggers are reminded to submit to the carnivals a few days before a new edition is scheduled to be published. As a courtesy, submitters should link back to the carnival edition once it's posted.
You can see all the Modern Paleo lists to which you are subscribed at groups.google.com, provided that you are logged in and subscribed via your Google Account.
How to Subscribe to a Modern Paleo List
Click on the link to the list to which you wish to subscribe, review the subscription requirements, then click on the link to subscribe. (You may need to sign in to your Google Account. If you do not have a Google Account, see the instructions for creating one below.) Click on "join this group."
Choose how you wish to receive list e-mail and type in your real name. If you have multiple e-mail addresses associated with your Google Account, you can select which e-mail address to use for the Modern Paleo list. Then submit the form.
You should be subscribed -- and in the web interface of the Google Group.
How to Create a Google Account
Go to Google's New Account Form. Follow the instructions to create an account. If you like, you can associate a non-Gmail e-mail address with your Google Account, then use that address to subscribe to Modern Paleo lists.
Once you've created an account, follow the instructions above to subscribe to the Modern Paleo lists of your choice.
How to Send E-mail to a Modern Paleo List
After you are subscribed to a Modern Paleo list, you can send e-mail to it using the address listed on the main page of the Google Group.
Please note that you must send e-mail from the address that is subscribed to the list. Also, in replying to messages from Modern Paleo lists, "reply all" will send your reply to the whole group, whereas just "reply" will send it privately to the person to whom you are replying.
How to Unsubscribe from a Modern Paleo List
Click on the link to the list to which you wish to unsubscribe. (You may need to sign in to your Google Account.) Click on the "unsubscribe" button.
If you have problems with your list subscription, please contact the list's manager.