- Embrace the differences and possibilities. Here's a great read by Elizabeth Shown Mills on her website, Evidence Explained, "QuickLesson 18: Genealogy? In the Academic World? Seriously?" [Building each other up makes us all stronger.]
- If you are not going to be able to make it to Rootstech this year and you live in the New England area, Heather on Nutfield Genealogy has a bash for you.
- On The Next Web, Ben Woods has a review of the browser-based tool, Transcribe, which is for transcribing voice recordings.
- On The Ancestor Hunt, Kenneth explains the search function is gone for these historical newspapers.
- On the MyHeritage blog, they caution to not overlook hidden clues and give some new places to search for clues.
- The Goodreader iOS app, an app that will handle just about any type of file and lets you annotate scanned documents, just got an update. [And here's how to use Goodreader.]
- Use caution with those causes of death. On the Destination: Austin Family blog, Thomas asks, "Can You Really Trust That Cause of Death?"
- Yesterday, Ancestry.com added a new database to their collections: U.S. Dutch Reformed Church Records from Selected States, 1660-1926.
- And USGenWeb volunteer contributors uploaded 364 files yesterday for various counties in the following US states: Alabama, California, Florida, Illinois, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, Texas, and Virginia.
Other things that might interest you. Maybe. Maybe not. But maybe.
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