New information on the BEBRF Web site


Posted by Webmaster , May 06,2001,17:48   Archive
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Re : New information on the BEBRF Web site --- Webmaster
Posted by grace anne , May 07,2001,04:41 Top of Thread Archive
In checking out what's new, I had a thought. It would be nice if, through the 'what's new section', the topics presented at other BEB support meetings could be made available for downloading. Or at least a list of sites to go to so we can read about it. I'd like to know what this doctor has to say on the "Proposed Mechanism of BEB", since this should be somewhat updated info.

graceanne in port orchard




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Posted by Shirley-Arkansas-USA , May 07,2001,12:04 Top of Thread Archive
Thanks for letting us know when there is new information posted. I appreciate it.
Question-If the information for the conference which is a portion of the newsletter can be put on the web site, why can the newsletter not be put on the web site in the same way? I'm one of those people that has difficulty reading the newsletter or anything else for that matter and wind up waiting for my husband to read it to me. I've been told that it can not-no way- be done, by Mary Lou Thompson. I would certainly still pay for the newsletter. Just wondering?
Thanks for any information you can give me on this.

Shirley in AR. / Numbskull




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Re : Re: New information on the BEBRF Web site --- Shirley-Arkansas-USA
Posted by patti , May 09,2001,07:30 Top of Thread Archive
Shirley, I was just going to post something about the news letter. I was wondering why the print
on the newsletter is so small. I try my hardest to read it but it's painful and I read one or two
paragraphs at a time. By the time I finish reading the whole thing a new one comes along. I
understand that it may cost more for printing but we (I know I) need larger print and perhaps a
better font. In one way I look forward to the news letter but it's discouraging when it arrives and I
see the small print. I've be holding off mentioning it to the Foundation but I think I will forward this
along to them. All we can do is try. :)



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Re : Re: New information on the BEBRF Web site --- patti
Posted by kathy , May 11,2001,09:13 Top of Thread Archive
i suggested they enlarge the print several years ago. they said that every suggestion was appreciated but not all could be accomadated.



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Re : Re: New information on the BEBRF Web site --- kathy
Posted by Shirley-Arkansas-USA , May 11,2001,09:58 Top of Thread Archive
I found a neat magnifying glass at Hobby Lobby in the needlework section that fits on like a visor around your head with a little padding for the forehead. The magnifying lenses come in different strengths and that portion of the device is adjustable and can be moved where you want it-up or down. It sure beats that magnifier that rests on your chest. It is much better for reading and needlework as it moves with you as you turn your head. Price was about $26.

Shirley in AR. who keeps a magnifying glass in the kitchen and one in the living room so that they are handy.

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Posted by colleen , May 11,2001,19:31 Top of Thread Archive
I bought my Dad a magnifying sheet it was about the size of a sheet of writeing paper. you might be able to put it on your computer screen


Colleen in IL




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