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Section - 2.2 What's the "old" list someone mentioned?

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Back in October 1990, Graham Orndorff started the Marillion mailing list
Freaks, at andrew.cmu.edu. This list ran successfully for quite a while,
but at some point Graham stopped moderating it when he got a job in the
"real world" which demanded all of his time. Nobody was able to contact
him anymore but the list went on. (Un)subscribing was no longer possible
as it was not automated but done by Graham himself. This runaway list went
on for quite a while, but died a slow death.

Every now and then Graham's Ghost still reappears on the mailinglist... ;)

In September 1992, Ken Bibb started a parallel list at bnf.com. That list
ran good for a while, but it was moved again in August 1994 to arastar.com.
In february 1996 the list was moved to ax.com, Ken no longer had the
time to run the list on his machine. The list is now run by Brian Vogelsang
and Jeroen Schipper.

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