- For Women's History Month, The National Archives (UK) is highlighting some examples of women in history from their collections. Their selections are very thought-provoking. How are you highlighting your female ancestors this month?
- Mark your calendars: the new BlogTalkRadio show, You Got Roots?! will be visiting with culinary historian Michael Twitty this next Sunday. Get the details from Luckie on AAGSAR's blog. [Is anyone else now hungry, or is that just me?]
- Have Rhode Island roots? On her blog One Rhode Island Family, Diane Boumenot gives a fabulous tour of the Rhode Island State Archives.
- Technology is a fine thing. It certainly makes the world a smaller place for family history researchers by supporting collaboration between researchers. Here are 22 File-sharing Tools for Collaboration from Mashable.
- Aussie Fiona Tellesson of GenealogyHangout.com will be visiting with MyHeritage's Chief Genealogy Officer, Daniel Horowitz, in a Google+ Hangout on Air on Friday, March 14th.
- Researching your South Carolina roots? On The Ancestor Hunt, Kenneth gives a great summary of online South Carolina newspapers.
- From the OCLC blog: Genealogists can now find FamilySearch and WorldCat records through both online resources.
- Yesterday, Ancestry.com added/updated 2 databases. They added indexing for an already existing 3rd party site for the US state of Ohio and they added a new database for England.
- Recently, Genealogy Trails volunteer contributors uploaded various types of records for various counties in the following US states: Arkansas, Michigan, New Mexico, Pennsylvania, and Vermont.
- And yesterday, USGenWeb volunteer contributors uploaded various types of records for various counties in the following US states: Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Michigan, Missouri, North Carolina, North Dakota, New York, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and Washington.
Other things that might interest you. Maybe. Maybe not. But maybe.
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