I thought Fridays would be a good day of the week to give you a simple tip to help you maintain your genealogy family history research fitness. So, here it is. When was the last time you searched YouTube for clues to your family history?
Then it's been too long.
And if you are a part of a library or genealogical and historical society, have you ever considered getting volunteers to video different ways your organization can help researchers? My iPhone takes great video. Check it out:
Here's a great example of a video involving family history. [Look at all those clues!] that I found on YouTube, A Pictorial Family Tree of Roger Allen Graves, Marshall , MI:
Also? Have you ever searched Vimeo's website? It has videos too. It's just not as popular as YouTube, but it has a more aesthetic layout. Here's a great example of video called Genealogical Materials, which is a part of a series, done by Knox County Public Library in Tennessee:
So, what are you waiting for? Go find a family history or how-to video this weekend. They're waiting for you.