i-bill money identifier available through the Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped.

They have established a waiting list.
The federal government will mail your i-bill to you at no charge.
To sign up, contact LBPH. At: 412 687-2440
Also, You must be a library client.
 

We had two representatives from the library speak to us about current library news.

  They were Devon Evans and Tony Mareino.
Email addresses for both.
evansd@carnegielibrary.org
and
mareinot@carnegielibrary.org
  For site help for either the main Carnegie library site or for the LBPH. Site, contact Devon Evans.
  To obtain a free ongoing library card which does not expire, contact Tony Mareino.
  In Order to download free materials from the main Carnegie library, go to:
  www.carnegielibrary.org
and find the resources page.
In order to download books or magazines, you must obtain a library card.
It is   Very quick and easily done over the phone.  Call Tony Mareino at 412 687-2440.
 

The Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped [lbph] site is:

www.carnegielibrary.org/lbph

Locally, the alternative to Talking Book Topics which is produced twice a week, and contains book suggestions, local event announcements, and much more.

Go to:
www.bloggingbooktopics.wordpress.org   

New free magazine app. Zinio, allows the user to download magazines and books

As with books, one must have a library card in order to do this.
This app. Works with both your i-device and with a regular computer.
  Therefore, you can sign up on the computer and then use your app On your i-device of choice.
Once you download your favorite magazine, it will remain in your “read” file indefinitely for future reference. 

Downloading music through a library service called, Freegle.

This allows the user to download five songs per week, [legally] for free.
Go to the main Carnegie Library site at:
www.carnegielibrary.org
search for freegle. 

Our local Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped produces books of local and regional interest.

To find a listing of these titles,
go to
www.carnegielibrary.org/lbph
It is located under news. 
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