- Tom Jones' Mastering Genealogical Proof is now available on Amazon for the Kindle. [Remember you can also read Kindle books by using the Kindle Apps available for Android and iOS devices.]
- Yesterday, Ancestry.com updated their Savannah, Georgia Naturalization Records, 1825-1908 database as well as added a new database, US Lists of Men Ordered to Report to Local Board for Military Duty, 1917-1918, Select States, which includes the following US states: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee.
- Caution: 2 Million Passwords Were Stolen according to Business Insider. Time to change your passwords if you use these services.
- If you have Colonial New England roots, you might be interested in listening to the latest podcast just released this morning from Fieldstone Common where Marian Pierre-Louis speaks with Joan Bines, author of the book, Words They Lived By: Colonial New England Speech, Then and Now.
- On Your Genetic Genealogist blog, CeCe Moore informs us of some recent updates to FamilyTree DNA's website.
- For Android users: Google Search can now search all your apps for information you're looking for on your Android device. [Handy. And it's gradually rolling out so if you don't have it yet, be patient. Or try.]
- Evernote users: Evernote brings back 2 very much wanted features of Skitch for iOS. [Oh, happy day.]
- Like making timelines and presentations of your family history for others or to help you with your research? Then you are gonna love these updates to the BEEDOCS app! [OH, HAPPY, HAPPY DAY! Love.]
- Have New York ancestors who lived in the Oblong? On BlogTalkRadio last night in the The Forget-Me-not Hour broadcast, Jane E. Wilcox spoke with Ron Taylor about researching this difficult-to-research area. Listen to the recorded broadcast now.
- And USGenWeb volunteer contributors uploaded 194 files yesterday for various counties in the following US states: Alabama, Illinois, Michigan, North Carolina, Ohio, and Virginia.
Other things that might interest you. Maybe. Maybe not. But maybe.
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