- Well, we are all students aren't we? Educators Technology & Mobile Learning has a list of 10 best websites for finding academic books and journals. Such a fabulous list for genealogists and family historians too, no?
- Have Canadian roots? Here's a great spotlight on Canadian records being digitized and made available online from Ottawa Citizen.
- I think the title says it all here. Something to think about, at the very least. When Irreplaceable History Lives on Obsolete Tech from Popular Mechanics.
- Terry White has a good review of a handy charger that can charge up to 5 USB devices at once.
- The Google Earth Blog has an interesting highlight -- a Google Earth mapping project where slave history is being mapped in Asheville, North Carolina.
- As part of their 100 in 100 Campaign, findmypast.com has recently added record sets for several US states and regions including Oklahoma, Montana, Wyoming, New England (naturalizations), and US Newspapers from all 50 US states.
- From now until the end of July, WWI military records are free to access on MyHeritage.
- Yesterday, FamilySearch.org added record indexes and record images for England, Germany, the Netherlands, South Africa, and the US state of Illinois.
- Yesterday, Ancestry.com added a new record set for New Zealand.
- Recently, Genealogy Trails volunteer contributors uploaded various types of records for various counties in the following US states: Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Maryland, North Dakota, New Hampshire, New York, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia, and Washington.
- USGenWeb Archives volunteer contributors uploaded various types of records yesterday of various counties in the following US states: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Louisiana, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Utah, Virginia, and Washington.
Other things that might interest you. Maybe. Maybe not. But maybe?
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