Monday Recap for February 13, 2012
A recap of the past couple of weeks in links!
The Genealogy Sphere
- Genealogy Research vs. Privacy Restrictions (Archives.com) – Talking about privacy restrictions in genealogy research
- Genealogy: FamilySearch indexes all U.S. censuses, will add 1940 quickly after April release (The Salt Lake City Tribune) – 1940s census records are coming soon!
- How NBC’s ‘Who Do You Think You Are?’ Picks Its Celebrities (Investors.com) – Ever wonder how the celebrities in Who Do You Think You Are? are chosen? Read this article to find out how.
- QR Codes can ‘expand the experience’ of genealogists (Deseret News) – QR codes applied to headstones can give visitors access to more information.
- More Ways I Use Evernote for Genealogy (Tonia’s Roots) – Blogger Tonia talks about how she uses Evernote in genealogy.
- ‘World’s last’ WWI veteran Florence Green dies aged 110 (BBC News) – A woman believed to be the last World War I veteran has died.
- Researching Your Ex-Slave Ancestor (a3genealogy) – Kathleen Brandt gives tips on how to research your ex-slave ancestors
- Hawaiian Genealogy Words (Nutifield Genealogy) – Blogger Heather Rojo shares some Hawaiian genealogy words
- Monday Recap for January 30, 2012
- Mormon Genealogy – An Interview with Randy Stebbing Part 1 – Our interview with Geni Curator Randy Stebbing about Mormon genealogy projects on Geni
- Mormon Genealogy – An Interview with Randy Stebbing Part 2 – Second part of our interview with Randy Stebbing
- RootsTech 2012 Recap – A recap of RootsTech with lots of pictures!
- RootsTech Presentation – Better Genealogy Through APIs – Slides from Michael Berkovich’s RootsTech presentation
- Bring Your Evernote Notes to Geni with NoteFuser – Jimmy Zimmerman won the Developer Challenge at RootsTech with NoteFuser
- RootsTech Presentation – Privacy in a Collaborative Environment – Slides from Noah Tutak’s RootsTech presentation