Table of contents November 2017.
- Harry C. Moores underwriting announcement.
- Linda Bennett with "A Thankful Heart."
- Irwin reports on computer problems at Newsreel.
- Social Security Announces Benefit Increase for 2018.
- Toni Eames lets us know about our 60th anniversy celebration and how you can help.
- Jane Shoaf says that books on dogs and cats may be found at National Braille Press.
- International Survey on the use of Assistive Technology and Blindness and Visual Impairment.
- Newsreeler Linda Webb passed away.
- Rollie Hudson remembers Linda Webb.
- Linda Webb has a birthday poem for Kate.
- Kate has November birthdays.
- From Marianne Daley: "Every Traveller has a Story to Tell."
- Mark Marino has a problem with his talking thermostat.
- "Movie Theaters must Accomodate Deaf-blind Patrons."
- Please send in your greetings for the December issue.
- From Tom Kaufman and Robert Acosta: "Uncertainty Increases after DOJ Drops ADA Regulations."
- Carole Soule would like an old Scrabble game.
- From NBP: the 2018 Print-braille calendar.
- Jane McIver on silencing Echo devices.
- "Are Self-driving Cars the Future of Mobility for Disabled people?"
- Gerry Gabrielli with a selection from November 2003.
- Kate tells about our October give-aways and what we have for November.
- Robert Wegner has a Thanksgiving story.
- Jeanne Corcoran has some recipes.
- Alice Massa has a trivia question; shares a recipe and reminds us about her book.
- Diane Motchuk with a pie recipe.
- Angie Manerson with some recipes.
- Carol Lukens on gluten free items. (DB 65752) and (DB 62808)
- Pam Spurlock with three recipes.
- Doug Hudson has a question about using Goldwave.
- Thanks to the Ohio Lions Sight and Hearing Committee for their support.
- From Duncan Holmes: "The William Tell Overture for Euphonium and Tuba."
- Kate asks you to thank our major funders.
- Nancy Scott with "Standing."
- John Wesley Smith reviews "Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less." (DB 88790)
- Karen Marshall has books on tape to give away.
- Seven Fascinating Facts you Probably Didn't know about Helen Keller.
- Vicky Ireland has an embosser to share.
- Kate has some quotes for Veterans' Day throughout the issue.
- Ross Levine talks about braille and audio magazines and wonders what to do about broken four-track cassette players.
- From Toni Eames: "The Dead Man who is Suing to Make Himself Alive."
- Abbie Taylor talks about Magnets and Ladders and reads one of her poems.
- E. Z. Cleghorn discusses Cortana; comments on education; talks about home devices and tells us about a blind Exchange Student.
- Cliff Smales is looking for some music.
- Kate welcomes new Newsreel members.
- Leslie Miller wants a good braille labeler.
- "Free Style Libra Approved by the FDA."
- Laurie Pettis shares a song.
- Tammie Snyder needs help with NVDA; likes a computer from Computers for the Blind and comments on UEB.
- Jeanie Meador would like to hear from people using NVDA.
- From NBP: "Windows Screenreader Keystroke Compendium Covering JAWS, NVDA and Narrator" and other technology guides.
- Irwin tells you about articles of interest in recent issues of The Week.
- We learn that our previous director, Patty Lucktenberg passed away.
- Henry Furtak with a eukelele quartet.
- "Online Mattress Retailer Eight Adds Alexa Integration."
- Norma Kraus reports on the hurricane.
- We learn about the Victor Reader Trek.
- From Tom Kaufman: "Five Things Natalie Bebler Wishes people Understood about being Legally Blind."
- E. Z. Cleghorn tells us about his new i-phone.
- Lucille Caruso would like to find an APH recorder.
- "Remember Google Glass? Those Glasses are Back Helping the Blind."
- Robert Hassler on cell phones and line dancing.
- Kishia Mason wonders about accessible gyms and fitness activities for the blind.
- "Leading Guide Dog Users Advocacy Organization Releases Update to App."
- Nancy Levy comments on text messaging.
- Kiplinger's Retirement Report Audio Version now Available.
- Ed Snively has the jumble answer and Brad Barrows has a new jumble.
- Marg Schmitz on TELLME and taking her dog to the fair.
- From Linda Bennett: "Don't Forget to Laugh."