- It's that time again to spring forward for Daylight Savings Time tomorrow. On the In Custodia Legis blog, Margaret Wood gives a look at the history of Daylight Savings Time. Cool to see the image of the first clock to be sprung forward.
- Confused about your autosomal DNA test results? No worries. The Illinois State Genealogical Society is offering a free webinar, Going Nuclear: DNA Discoveries to Trace All Lines of Descent, by Debbie Parker Wayne, CG, CGL, on March 11th. Registration is necessary to attend this free event. Can't make it? Join ISGS and get access to recorded webinars and handouts. Get all the details.
- For Evernote users: Evernote access via a watch? Yes, a smartwatch. [But? It's ugly, IMO. And? My watch is just a pretty bracelet now. I use my phone to see what time it is.]. And then you might want to takes a look at the Drafts App for iOS. It has some nifty integration features with Evernote.
- SLIG 2015 wants to help you work on your toughest genealogy research problem.
- Ancestry Anne gives a another handy tip about searching on Ancestry.com. This time it involves names. And it's rather rosy. *clears throat*
- Trying to identify a face in a old pic? Or have an identity of an ancestor and looking for an old pic of them? On the Upfront with NGS blog, Diane offers some suggestions on places where you can do one or the other or both.
- Mocavo added over 450 record index databases to their free online collection. This is in addition to the usual 1000 they add every day. They've included some links to "must search" databases.
- MyHeritage had a free webinar earlier this week that went over finding ancestors in their US and UK record collections. You'll learn how to use their search technologies. They've posted the recorded version on their blog.
- Genealogy Trails volunteer contributors uploaded various types of records in various counties for the following US states: Georgia, Alabama, Arkansas, and Illinois.
- USGenWeb volunteer contributors uploaded various types of records in various counties for the following US states: Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Michigan, North Carolina, Virginia, and Washington.
Other things that might interest you. Maybe. Maybe not. But maybe.
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