- The registration for The Institute of Genealogy and Historical Research (IGHR) opens tomorrow according to Angela McGhie on her blog Adventures in Genealogy Education.
- For Evernote users: here is a handy Evernote tip from Denise Olson on Moultrie Creek; a rather dandy Evernote tip from Lifehacker Australia; and a review of the Adonit Jot Script Evernote Edition.
- And from the Awesome News Department: Washington County, Ohio court records are being indexed.
- Help needed: Can you help the York Castle Museum read the shorthand in these 2 WWI diaries? [The History Blog]
- In need of your own network storage system? On arstechnica.com, Jason gives a thorough review of Western Digital's My Cloud.
- On Ancestoring, Michele Simmons Lewis asks, "If you find a transcribed document on USGenWeb, what do you do?" And then she explains what she does.
- Speaking of USGenWeb and finding stuff, yesterday their volunteer contributors uploaded 421 files for various counties in the following US states: California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, News Jersey, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Virginia.
- And Genealogy Trails volunteer contributors recently uploaded records and information for various counties in the following US states: Texas, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, and Illinois.
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