Monday Recap for February 3, 2014
Still recovering from yesterday’s Super Bowl party? Treat yourself with these articles from around the web.
Image: Loot No Longer / The New York Times
The Genealogy Sphere
- Are You My Cousin? (The New York Times) – Author A.J. Jacobs is organizing the largest family reunion and you’re invited! Geni is proud to be a part of this journey!
- Loot No Longer (The New York Times) – MyHeritage CEO Gilad Japhet is featured in The New York Times for helping trace descendants of owners of fine art stolen during WWII
- When is a disaster a disaster for genealogy? (Genealogy’s Star) – Interesting article by James Tanner on “disasters” in genealogy
- Genealogy: Strategies for interpreting writings (Deseret News) – Check out some helpful strategies for interpreting the writings of your ancestors
- Facebook Helps Connect Family With Father’s Long-Lost Bracelet (ABC News) – Read the story of how Facebook reunited a family with their father’s long-lost bracelet
- Genealogist baffled by surprise hidden in antique present (Knutsford Gaurdian) – A genealogist is looking for help identifying pictures after discovering the decades old film in her birthday present
- Monday Recap for January 27, 2014 – Last week’s recap
- Your Stories: Uncovering Finnish Roots Leads to New Family Connections - Read how Geni user Debra Ryson-Weathers Finnish discoveries led her to find unknown relatives
- Chinese New Year: A Celebration of Tradition and Family - Learn more about the rich family traditions of the Lunar New Year’s celebrations
- Millions of New Records Live on MyHeritage! - Great news: more than 160 million U.S. and UK records are now available in your Record Matches on Geni and through MyHeritage’s SuperSearch