Table of contents March 2017.
- Bexley Ohio Lions underwriting announcement.
- Henry Furtak has a health update and shares some music.
- From Linda Bennett: "March."
- From Katie Frederick: "Uber Service Animal Policy Updates."
- We learn about a project that Alice Crespo started and about her new book.
- Nolan Crabb likes a wireless keyboard.
- Irwin demonstrates a cordless phone with Talking Caller ID.
- We have March birthdays.
- Leslie Miller likes BARD Express.
- U.S. Access Board Updates Requirements for Information in Communication Technology.
- Tom Lykins is looking for old braille transcription books.
- We hear about the Thru The Bible Solar Bible.
- Kevin Walsh on the Victor Stream.
- Kate welcomes some new and returning Newsreelers.
- Harry C. Moores underwriting announcement.
- Gerry Gabrielli with a selection from The Golden Age of Radio from the March 2003 Newsreel.
- We tell you who won the books from February and we have new ones to give away in March.
- Robert Wegner is in The Kitchen Korner with "Things I didn't eat as a child and eat now."
- Kate shares a lazy day crockpot lasagna recipe.
- "Senators Try to Speed up Deployment of Self-driving Cars."
- Darrin Whitmore on an alternative to Dymo Tape.
- Robert Hassler has a source for Dymo Tape.
- Janet Didsbury on Dymo Tape.
- Jeanie Meador concerning Dymo Tape.
- We have more discussion on Dymo Tape.
- Mimi Winer has ideas for making labels and using a walker.
- From Marianne Daley: "Beloved but Broken Possessions Find New Life."
- Mike Lantz on Old-time-radio and is learning to use a touch-screen phone.
- Toni Eames tells us about the Rainbow II Color Reader.
- Dog Saves Owner from Assault on a Texas Trail.
- Barry Wood has a couple of items to pass along.
- "California Regulations for Driverless Cars Stall as Other States Speed Ahead."
- Thanks to the Ohio Lions Sight and Hearing Committee for their support.
- We start the 2017 Friendship Raffle.
- From Nancy Scott: "Speak."
- We have some really bad jokes.
- Nolan Crabb reviews: "The Covenant" (DB 61142)
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Audio Described Tour.
- Tim Hendel discusses his early computer use part 1.
- Lucille Caruso has a medical update.
- University of Chicago Receives 2.4 Million NIH Grant to Build Visual Prostheses.
- We ask for your submissions for the April issue.
- E. Z. Cleghorn sent in a link to a piece from Ronnie Milsap and Ray Charles.
- Duncan Holmes plays "Promenade in Spring."
- From Linda bennett: "Bless this Home."
- E. Z. Cleghorn on braille music.
- Hilliard ATANDT Employees Learn Sign Language to Talk with a Deaf Coworker.
- Ginger Harms about Alexa.
- Stuart Swartz demonstrates the Amazon Echo.
- Randi Shelton tells us about the Amazon Echo, the Tap and the Dot and demonstrates the first two. (Not on cassette)
- Al Daniels has a tip for new cane users.
- We hear about Corn-you-copia from Hap Holly.
- "Justices Side with Michigan Girl in Dispute over Service Dog."
- Robert Wegner tells us about a radio he got for Christmas.
- "Blind West Bloomfield Man Sues American Bar Association."
- We have answers for the February jumble and Eva Elfassy has a new jumble.
- From Toni Eames: "A Senior's Travelogue."