[nfbmi-talk] where you can get described movies free

Fred Wurtzel f.wurtzel at att.net
Sun Dec 26 12:47:24 CST 2010


Hi Georgia and All,

J.J. has written a script for Window-Eyes which is for searching for
products.  It is very fast and provides a description, the price and the
store.  There is a link to go to the website to order.  This year, for the
first time, I used it to buy Christmas presents for the family.  It is soo
cool to order the product, pay online, get a tracking number to follow the
shipment and have it delivered directly to the house, no muss, no fuss.
J.J. is a genius and I love the Product Search script.

Warmest Regards,

Fred

-----Original Message-----
From: nfbmi-talk-bounces at nfbnet.org [mailto:nfbmi-talk-bounces at nfbnet.org]
On Behalf Of gkitchen
Sent: Saturday, December 25, 2010 12:18 AM
To: NFB of Michigan Internet Mailing List
Subject: Re: [nfbmi-talk] where you can get described movies free

Dear Tonya,
Merry Christmas!
Dear,  is too bad you don't have high speed internet and a computer.  I 
didn't have it for  a long time and I have considered getting rid of it and 
going somewhere locally --taking my thumb drive and downloading what I want.

I guess I would need  a big thumb  drive. The internet has really opened 
doors to me partly because I enjoy kicking back and watching a movie, 
reading Newsline online and well there are just so many options with a 
desktop computer. I get the blind Bargains from J.J. and I shopped on amazon

for the first time for my husband. I can find almost anything when searching

with google, Newsline is easy to read online, my reader helped me get on 
Facebook, I can do email, download  podcasts and there are  always always 
new things to learn to do. I told the founder of the Freenet that I really 
missed my computer when it was  getting repaired and well he readily agreed 
with me.  I felt that he understood how  the net opened so many doors. Now, 
there are still issues with  poor access on many sites but this is slowly 
improving.


The message that Joe writes by the way goes to everyone on the list. I think

he is telling us about a service that is helpful to him and I will agree 
that it is great.
 If I do switch back to dial up I will use the Genesee Freenet, a statewide 
service that is dial up. I will be limited but it will save some money. I 
like to go to the Farmers  Market and I have a couple of things I get 
regularly that would be a pain to make by hand. So I guess if  I value 
eating  healthy over high speed which has spoiled me.

I hope you have a wonderful and Blessed Christmas.
Georgia
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Tonya Smith" <tonyasmith75 at live.com>
To: "NFB of Michigan Internet Mailing List" <nfbmi-talk at nfbnet.org>
Sent: Friday, December 24, 2010 1:56 PM
Subject: Re: [nfbmi-talk] where you can get described movies free


> Now Joe, I told everybody on this NFB list that I don't have an online 
> feature, you know, on my Voice on the Go. I thought I told everybody on 
> that about that.
>
> Tonya Smith sent you this voice-to-text generated email using Voice on the

> Go.
> To listen, click on the voice message link or open the attachment.
>
http://vemail2.whitelabelapp.net:8080/enterprise/Recordings/zGeUlyBZ-2010122
4-1347.wav
>
>
>> Original Message:
>> ---------------------------------
>>
>> From: joe harcz Comcast <joeharcz at comcast.net>
>> Sent: December 24, 2010 12:54:11 PM
>> To: nfbmi-talk at nfbnet.org
>> Subject: [nfbmi-talk] where you can get described movies free
>>
>> Along with other describe movies "It's a Wonderful Life" can be 
>> downloaded free from the good people at blind mice mart. The described 
>> movie page is at:
>> http://www.blindmicemart.com/assets/product_images/movies2.html
>> Once these mp3 files are downloade they can be played on your computer 
>> with windamp or similar player. Or they can be put on a thumb drive and 
>> played on
>> eithany mp3 player including the NLS digital player.
>> Joe
>>
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