- The Legal Genealogist breaks down what Google's recent legal win means to genealogists. [My suggestion to the problem presented at the end of her blog post: redefine what "publishing" means. There are viable revenue-generating "outside the box" ideas that are more suitable for today's researcher.]
- Thomas MacEntee and Lisa Alzo will be hosting Genealogy Writing Boot Camp 23 Nov 2013.
- Researching your Irish ancestors? Findmypast.ie adds more Petty Session court records to its database.
- Yesterday, FamilySearch.org added new records for Belgium (a ton, actually for Belgium), El Salvador, France, and the U.S. states of Missouri and Oklahoma.
- Ancestry.com added 4 new interesting databases yesterday concerning the Associated Press. Also, note Ancestry.com has scheduled maintenance between 3am and 5am ET tomorrow morning [16 Nov 2013] so some of the website may not be accessible during that time.
- And USGenWeb volunteer contributors uploaded 138 files for various counties in the following U.S. states: Florida, Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, and Virginia.
Have you tried this resource?
Looking for an awesome tech tool to help you write your family history? Check out Scrivener in the Armchair Genealogist's free Scrivener how-to video tutorials on YouTube. The lovely Lynn Palermo gives insider tips on how to use this powerful application for family history writing. You'll also want to visit her website and sign up for her monthly newsletter for family history writers, Storylines, as well as think about committing to her Family History Writing Challenge held annually in February.
Other days, other things...
- Yesterday's 9 Genealogy Things You Need to Know
- Put Citations on Your Digital Documents with the DocAS iPad App
- Book Review: In the Territory of Lies
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