The B5JMS List Home Page
Babylon 5 is a popular SF TV show. Its creator, Joe Michael
Straczynski (JMS) had been online for years now. A prolific writer
that he is, many of his messages and replies to such, get posted to various
forums daily. Many people do not have the time or resources to wade
through mailing lists and news groups in order to get the few interesting
messages from JMS.
I, Erez Zadok, created
a mailing list whose purpose is to forward to its subscribers, all messages
from JMS (as full threads of discussions as possible), and from all possible
forums I can get my hands on legally.
How to join or
unsubscribe the B5JMS list. This also has access to the archives and
allows you to control your subscription options.
Check out the monthly
archives of B5JMS.
- If you have any administrative problems, contact the list maintainers.
- B5JMS List administrators may manage the list via the Administrative
interface (requires an administrative password)
NOTE: this list was moved from majordomo to the mailman list manager on
March 7, 2001. To manage your account, you need to know your subscribed
email and your list password. The password was sent to you when you first
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you forgot your password, it will be sent to you automatically once a month
as part of an automatic reminder.
NOTE: this list was moved from Mailman 2.0.5 on lists.cs.columbia.edu
to the mailman list manager (version 2.1.5) on lists.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu on
January 7, 2005.
Other Resources (of which I have no control over)
The Lurker's Guide
is the best B5 Web site!
The Official Babylon-5 Web site
from Warner Brothers.
TNT's B5 Web Site.
The B5 Fan Club Site.
rec.arts.sf.tv.babylon5.moderated newsgroup. You can get the official FAQ from the
maintainers of the newsgroup. To post to it, use your news reader, or send
email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOTE: the old email addresses email@example.com and
firstname.lastname@example.org and are no longer valid! To contact the
moderators of this newsgroup, send mail to
How to get in touch with JMS, what JMS
has to say about it.
- Check my interview with The
Zocalo conducted in three parts:
- Part 1: Zocalo issue #134A, January 4, 1998.
- Part 2: Zocalo issue #135A, January 12, 1998.
- Part 3: Zocalo issue #136A, January 18, 1998.
- My final comments for the last issue
of The Zocalo newsletter,
January 31, 1999.
Last updated: 2006-11-26