- I see this a lot. Some tend to get caught up in the science of citations that they don't notice it's also an art. This Quick Tip from Evidence Explained should be freeing to some. [And distressing for those who like things to be more scientific. ;) ]
- Did you have some emailing issues with the email addresses The Legal Genealogist gave yesterday in her call to arms for Virginia records? She gives some alternative ones today in Emailing Virginia.
- Protect your online images with these 6 watermark apps from ReadWrite.
- In Google+ Tech for Genealogy Community, Jerry Kocis shared the details & link for the MSOffice OneNote webinar that is coming up. [Office 15-minute Webinars.]
- On the Picture This blog, Barbara shares what's been added recently to the Library of Congress Flickr Commons. Lots of good stuff -- 75+ libraries, archives & museums are now involved. When was the last time you took a look and helped to identify something or found something that could help you in your research? [Hint: It's been too long.]
- The NGS Conference Blog this month is highlighting research repositories located near Richmond, Virginia, where the conference will be held in May to make it easier for you to plan your research-related extracurricular activities while attending their conference. [Handy. And even dandy.]
- Yesterday Ancestry.com updated its 1861 England Census database.
- FamilySearch.org either added or updated records and record images yesterday for Belgium [Brabant]; Germany [Hesse]; Italy [Cuneo]; and for the US states of New York [Bronx Probate Estate Files]; and Ohio [Deaths 1908-1953].
- GenealogyTrails volunteer contributors uploaded records and information for various counties in the following US states: Wisconsin, Minnesota, Oklahoma, and Maine.
- USGenWeb volunteer contributors uploaded 183 files yesterday for various counties in various states. However, due to a tech hiccup, only the updates/links for the US state of California were listed. The rest should be listed with links in tomorrow's update summary. Can't wait? Check out USGenWeb.org by state and do a search there today.
Other things that might interest you. Maybe. Maybe not. But maybe.
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