- The National Genealogical Society (NGS) has issued a call for papers for their 2015 conference to be help in St. Louis, Missouri.
- Are you using the Dragon Dictation app as a tool in your research/analysis process? Macworld has a review of Dragon Dictate 4 for the Mac.
- On Planting the Seeds, Michael Hait explains the idea of "'Reasonably exhaustive' research as a process of elimination."
- If you're writing your family history, you might want to check out this list of writing apps and tools from novelicious.com that can aid you with your writing endeavors.
- On Irish Central, Patrick Counihan discusses fears about Ancestry.com cornering the Irish genealogy market. [Very good read and he brings up some good points. However, I question if Ancestry.com really has the corner on North American records as he suggests. From what point of view -- from a competitor standpoint or from a researcher's standpoint? From the former, yes. From the latter, not necessarily, IMO.]
- On EOGN, Dick reveals: Connecticut is Trying to Restrict Genealogists' Access to Records.
- Yesterday, Archives.com announced the addition of 10 million new records in their databases for Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, and Montana.
- FamilySearch.org added record indexes and record images for Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Italy, Ivory Coast, Korea, New Zealand, Peru, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Russia, Saskatchewan, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine, and the US states of New York, Ohio, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Wisconsin. They also updated their US Census 1910 collection.
- Ancestry.com added one new database for South Africa and updated one for Wales yesterday.
- And USGenWeb Archives volunteer contributors uploaded various types of free-to-access records for various counties in the following US states: Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Michigan, North Carolina, New York, and Virginia.
Other things that might interest you. Maybe. Maybe not. But maybe.
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