- Are you backing up all your research? On his blog Family Tree Knots, Ken has a great series he started back in December about backing up. He includes an overview, local backups, and cloud storage. Check it out.
- On her blog, Family Folklore, Sue illustrates why it's so important to slow down and analyze everything. It's part 4 of trying to identify people in a record. She does a great job, and trust me. You just need to go read it. [Then go read the other parts. They're that good.]
- For Evernote users: inviting friends is now more rewarding and be more productive when you combine Evernote with IFTTT recipes from attorneyatwork.com.
- Learn how to use the new Google Earth Tour Builder [via gearthblog.com] and think about how you might build a tour of where your ancestors lived or where they migrated.
- Yesterday Ancestry.com updated indexing of a web-based database for Ohio and added 2 new databases for New Mexico & Texas and Nova Scotia, Canada.
- FamilySearch.org updated the records collection yesterday for The Netherlands [Overijssel].
- And USGenWeb volunteer contributors uploaded 107 files recently for various counties in the following US states: Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Louisiana, Michigan, North Carolina, Oregon, Pennsylvania, and Virginia.
Other things that might interest you. Maybe. Maybe not. But maybe.
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