Table of contents March 2015.
- Harry C. Moores underwriting announcement.
- From Linda Bennett: the poem "March."
- We have a corrected phone number for Oehm Electronics.
- We learn about a chance to attend the 2015 ACB National Conference and Convention for free.
- We hear about a National Braille Association Conference.
- We have a reminder about jokes and music for April.
- Linda Webb sends in some riddles.
- Diana Burkhardt says her cassettes and cases are gone.
- Ed Fedush has a new phone number for the Window-Eyes team.
- We hear about Audio Biblical Book Making Inc.
- Diane Motchuk tells us about Bibles from Braille Bibles International; is looking for a "cake and bake" pan and wants to buy a cassette recorder.
- We have March birthdays.
- Bojane Heap is looking for a couple of people.
- Kate welcomes several new folks to the Newsreel Family and we learn that Gloria Siewerski passed away.
- Victor Schmidt has a reminder about cold cassettes.
- From the Columbus Dispatch: "Bionic Eyes Improving Sight for Virtually Blind."
- Marg Campbbell on PDF files and has a question about royalties.
- From Tom Kaufman we learn about problems accessing parts of ITunes 12.1.
- Amy Phillippi needs help with Youtube and NVDA.
- Tom Lykins on Linux and Amazon Echo.
- Carrie Thould is looking for someone and would like correspondence.
- Ginger Harms with a phone question and wants to know more about TV Ears.
- Irwin has some answers for the January jumble and a new one for March.
- Caremark is offering braille and large-print prescription labels.
- Claude Long is looking for a talking dictionary.
- Richard Brock has a phone number to call if you are having problems with your Magic Chef microwave.
- From the Columbus Dispatch: "Master Chair Caner Relys on Touch."
- Tom D'Agostino with a vaudeville act in The Wax Works.
- Kate tells us who won the cookbooks for February; what's available this month; has an update on "In The Newsreel Kitchen" and made a couple of recipes.
- Robert Wegner on cans and can openers; macaroni and cheese and has a spaghetti sauce recipe.
- We look at Campbell's Chunky Soups.
- Jeanne Corcoran has some crockpot deserts.
- Diane Motchuk with a recipe.
- Linda Brown says Schwan has no recorded or braille catalogs and she shares a crockpot desert recipe.
- Debra and Andy Jock introduce themselves and Andy comments on their microwave.
- Arthur Wilson is in the market for a cassette recorder.
- Thanks to the Ohio Lions Sight and Hearing Committee for their support.
- Kate updates us on the Friendship Raffle.
- Nancy Scott sends in an essay called "Waffling."
- Nolan Crabb reviews "I'll Meet you There."
- From the National Federation of the Blind and the World Blind Union: we have an update on "The Book Treaty."
- Troy Sullivan sends in "Former Resident Urges Organ Donation."
- Jimmie Sue Castleberry comments on her experience at Radio Shack.
- From Deborah Kendrick: "Don't Make Assumptions about Folks with Handicapped Placards."
- We hear about Echo Location from the program Invisibilia.
- Marianne Daley with information about "Beginners Guide to Echo Location for the Blind and Visually Impaired."
- Kate says thanks for participating in our Newsreel survey.
- Mike Lantz is looking for a song; some air checks and wonders what happened to short wave.
- Irwin says we still have 2015 braille calendars and a single 2014 calendar.
- From Catie Frederick we learn about a survey on hotel accommodations.
- Abbie Taylor with "Danny Boy."
- Tim Hendel on the history of braille.
- John Wesley Smith on the new braille code.
- We tell you how to get a speech by kim Charlson on the UEB.
- "Michigan's First Blind Justice Aims to Inspire."
- "Visually Impaired Researcher Uses her Personal Journey to Movivate her Study."
- Marilyn Kirchner talks with Paul Walker about the surgery he had to improve his vision using his own stem cells.
- Marianne Daley sent in "The Pets in my Practice."
- Ted Maggio lets us know where to find the article "Pets Allowed."
- From the Columbus Dispatch: "Ford's CEO Expects Self Driving Car to Emerge in Five Years."