- Do you use Dropbox to store files or collaborate with others? Is that big file syncing time a big time suck for you? They have a new feature for that. (Cultofmac)
- I love iMovie. It's what I used to create my quick daily wrap-ups from the NGS 2013 conference in Las Vegas. Makeuseof.com shows you how to make slideshows with it. Go ahead. It's easy. Make some old family photo slideshows with it.
- Newspapers.com shows you how to use the "share" feature. While you're thinking about newspapers, check out the titles and pages they've updated lately. Have they added anything in a locale your ancestor lived in or worked in? Or did anything, really?
- Makeuseof.com recently tested some iPhone OCR apps. Basically, you scan a document or any paper with text and the app reads and converts the text into searchable text. A handy thing for genealogists and family historians.
- It's the Legal Genealogist's fault. She got me addicted to the Defrosting Cold Cases blog. But? Kinda the same thing as uprooting ancestors and their secrets and stories, no? Learn how to use the library to research cold cases.
- Songs tell stories. With this collection, get an earful of what stories were being sung in 1934 French Louisiana. From the Library of Congress: Folklife Today: The Lomaxes' 1934 French Louisiana Recordings Go Online.
- Findmypast has completed their 100 in 100 Campaign with records for Staffordshire.
- Yesterday, Ancestry.com added 4 new databases for the UK and Great Britain and updated one for Australia.
- Yesterday, FamilySearch.org added record indexes and record images for the US state of Ohio.
- USGenWeb Archives volunteer contributors uploaded various types of records yesterday of various counties in the following US states: Florida, Iowa, Michigan, North Carolina, New York, and Virginia.
Other things that might interest you. Maybe. Maybe not. But maybe?
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