- Lifehacker lists their popular Chrome browser posts for 2013, including list posts of handy Chrome Browser Extensions.
- Have old home movies on DVD? If you have a Mac, here is how to convert those DVD movies into digital files that can be accessed anywhere. [MacWorld]
- Deeds and other documents for Kane County, Illinois are now online according to Harold on his blog Midwestern Microhistory. He also gives some tips on how to use the site.
- The blog for the Smithsonian National Museum of American History has 5 "must-read" 2013 blog posts for Civil War buffs.
- Having problems finding your ancestor's common name in newspapers? The GenealogyBank blog gives some tips on how to do that.
- If you've tried to use a mind map app on a mobile device, you know that sometimes they're hard to read or use. The Next Web blog introduces the Mindly mind mapping app which promises to make mind maps on iOS devices easier to read and use.
- On his blog Canada's Anglo-Celtic Connections, John reveals Ancestry.ca is offering free access to select Canadian record databases.
- According to the Facebook Page for the Australian findmypast, findmypast.au has just released new British Rate Book Records.
- And USGenWeb volunteer contributors uploaded 142 files yesterday for various counties in the following US states: California, Florida, Louisiana, Michigan, North Carolina, Ohio, and Virginia.
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