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Sharing and Receiving Photographs
My thoughts today are about pictures. So many times I look at pictures at a family’s home and think to myself, “one day I’ll ask for a copy of this” or “I wonder who is in this picture, one day I will have to figure that out”. Do not delay. Here are tips on getting and sharing photographs.
Guess The Relative Show Taking Applications
Does your family have British Roots? A British TV company is making an exciting new show featuring British families and their long lost relatives. Dragonfly TV is looking for families from outside the UK to travel to Great Britain to discover long lost relatives they never knew existed.
Cyndi's List Review
Cyndi’s List is one of the most informative and valued genealogical websites that I have used. I had assumed anyone doing family research for any amount of time knew about this list, but I have talked to researchers lately that have not heard of this appreciated website. Check out Cyndi's List!
Lisa Alzo's LIfe Stories Webinar Review
I have mentioned Genealogy Webinars lately and how much they can educate you in doing your Family Research. I attended a webinar by Lisa Alzo this weekend that was amazing. I want to share with you just a portion of what I learned.
Basic Terms in DNA Tests
If you´re looking into DNA testing to work on your genealogy lines, here are some basic terms for you to be familiar with.
VHS to DVD using the PC
This article teaches you how to use your computer to Burn new DVDs from VHS.
BlogTalkRadio is a new genealogical resource I have recently started using. Come learn what topics you can listen to and learn from.
Kim Cattrall WDYTYA Review
Kim Cattrall was featured on the show Who Do You Think You Are?. It was a very emotional episode which examined her family’s feelings as a result of a husband/father leaving a wife & three daughters during the depression.
Genealogical Tech Wish List
The RootsTech Conference really made me start thinking of the way Genealogy will be researched and taught in the future. Here are some of the items I am adding to my wish list that can help me in my family research.
RootsTech had a conference in Salt Lake City, Utah this week, bringing Genealogy and Technology together.
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