Oct 23 To Standardize or Not
Oct 23 lidya Sargeant Not Lydia Sargent
Oct 22 Get Help From a Local
Oct 21 Genealogy Gems Book Club
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Oct 21 23andMe and MyHeritage to provide product integration
NOTE from DearMYRTLE: The following was just received from our friends at MyHeritage.com . Please address all inquiries to that site.   23 andMe and MyHeritage Announce Strategic Collaboration and Product Integration New collaboration combine...
Oct 21 A Guardian When the Parents Are Not Dead
Oct 21 From Our Sponsor-Genealogy Bank for $4.67 a month
Oct 20 He Who Hesitates May Get the Short End of the Informational Stick
Oct 19 Online genealogy hangouts, webinars and genchats this coming week
DearREADERS, Thanks to the centralized calendar at GeneaWebinars.com, genealogists interested in learning more about our craft may reagister for these online seminars coming up this week. Be sure to verify the time in your neck of the woods. ...
Oct 19 A License Gives Permission
Oct 18 Try Writing Out Transcriptions
Oct 17 Failure to Mention Does Not Mean Failure To Exist
Oct 16 FamilySearch and GenealogyBank Announce Partnership
Oct 16 Tools of the Trade
Oct 16 Our Ten Most Popular Tips
Oct 15 Hosting an In-Person Presenter with a Virtual Audience
DearREADERS, Society membership may increase when deciding to think "outside the box", in this case, outside the meeting room walls. Watch Hosting an In-Person Presenter with a Virtual Audience , part of our series Why Host Virtual Meetings?  ...
Oct 15 There's More than One Context
Oct 15 Wacky Wednesday: Foreign Language Wikipedia
DearREADERS, Just when you thought you understood Wikipedia, along comes Dave McDonald, expanding on his Mondays with Myrt discussion about accessing foreign language Wikipedia pages through the back door, so to speak. He will demo the problem whe...
Oct 15 ICAPGEN Conference Coming 1 November 2014
Oct 14 Wacky Wednesday: About PERSI
DearREADERS, WOW! Fräulein Schmidt joined Ol' Myrt here to detail the benefits and frustrations of using PERSI (PERiodical Source Index) as it is found in it's new home at FindMyPast.com . PERSI - categories include: biography, cemeteries, census ...
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