- Here's another new-to-me genealogy/family history related internet radio broadcast -- You Got Roots? from AAGSAR!! Check it out live on Sunday evenings, and, of course, their broadcasts are archived on BlogTalkRadio.
- On the Ancestry blog, Michael Lawless tells about the new Find A Grave Mobile App for iOS.
- On the HistoryGeo blog, Greg Boyd gives a list of the new index and map additions to its online subscription collection.
- Clearly, the genealogy community wants to see a change and needs a change in the traditional formats of conferences. Here are 2 blog posts and a conversation on Google+ talking about some proposed changes: from Amy Coffin on The We Tree Genealogy Blog, Exploring New Formats for Genealogy Instruction; from the blog Their Child: RootsTech Part 2: The diversity problem and why a 99% white conference is a problem in 2014; from Leslie Lawson on Google+: "I'd like to see this conversation take off...". What are your thoughts? What would you like to see at conferences? Suggestions? Ideas? What and how would you like to learn at conferences? What do you need and how do you need it? Now's the time to be heard. Comment below.
- Merge your different types of files into one PDF, Word, or Excel file with MergeFil.es. (Lifehacker)
- Did your British soldier ancestor soldier die in World War I? This collection might be handy for your research when it comes online. (HistoryExtra.com)
- Did your Twitter account get reset? Twitter had an "oopsie". Here's how to handle it from The Next Web.
- On Family Tree Maker User, Russ explains how he cleans up citations after merging. [Handy.]
- On Genea-Musings, Randy gives a thorough first look at the Rootsmagic App for Android.
- Yesterday, Ancestry made several types of additions yesterday to its online subscription collections. They added a bunch of indexes for information on 3rd party websites for Rootsweb, Ireland, Canada, and the US states of: Michigan, New York, and Ohio. They also added a new database to their collection for Australia.
- And USGenWeb uploaded files of various records in various counties yesterday for the following US states: California, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Iowa, Illinois, Michigan, Nevada, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Texas, and Virginia.
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