Inspiring Genealogy Blogs – October 2013

During October I did a heap of genealogy blog reading, so I have a great bunch of interesting posts for you. We start off with the Young and Savvy Genealogists who’ve hit the scene in a big way, then move on to cover topics such as things our grandparents did, cousins with the same name, new evidence that might rewrite America’s history, archivists role, archaic abbreviations, preserving your home movies, reading newspapers, and how we can help societies. And a heap more.

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Unlock the Past Cruise Speaker Profile: Rob Hamilton

With a passion for genealogy, combined together with an amazing knowledge of all things Freemasonry, Rob Hamilton will be able to advise how genealogists can access and utilise these records. While Freemason records are not a usual resource for people to check out, don’t dismiss them, as they contain all sorts of genealogical content.

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Unlock the Past Cruise Speaker Profile: Jane Taubman

As we continue to work our way through the profiles of each of the guest presenters on the 4th Unlock the Past Cruise, we meet another of our overseas guest speakers, Jane Taubman. Although she’s not new to cruising, Jane hasn’t been on a genealogy cruise and hasn’t been to Australia, so this will be really something unique for her

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#genchat continues in 2014

Genchat, the genealogy Twitter chat sessions (or as it is offically known, “#genchat”) has proved to be such a hit that they’re continuing in 2014. And not only that, but the ladies behind #genchat are so incredibly organised and have already have the dates and topics that will be covered during #genchat sessions in 2014.

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It’s Our 4th Blogiversary

Back on the 9th of October 2009, I wrote my first ever blog post. Tentative as I was, it opened up the world of blogging to me … and what can I say, now there’s simply not enough time to blog! On this our 4th blogiversary I just wanted to say a BIG thankyou …

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Unlock the Past Cruise Speaker Profile: Jill Ball

With a passion for genealogy and technology, and an enthusiam to share her knowledge with everyone, Jill Ball is most certainly an engaging speaker to learn from. As one of the leading Australian geneabloggers, Jill has been an inspiration for many, myself included.

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Inspiring Genealogy Blogs – August/September 2013

Welcome to another edition of “Inspiring Genealogy Blogs”, once again we have a real mix of topics, with everything from ethics, to ages in records, how to protect your photos from ageing, using Google Maps and Google Earth legally, artificial brick walls, the English and Welsh census and more …

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One-Place Studies Society and Website Launched

You’ve heard of one-name studies, but have you heard of one-place studies? I’m sure some of you will have, while other may not, so let me tell you about the new Society and wesbite that has just been launched.

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Copyright and Attribution

Copyright and Attribution are both important facets in themselves, but as both have shown to be issues on Facebook recently, so I have decided to put them together for the purpose of this post.

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Unlock the Past Cruise Speaker Profile: Helen V. Smith

Continuing our cruise speaker profiles brings us to my good friend Helen Smith. With an amazing knowledge on so many aspects of genealogy, as well as an enthusiam that is contagious, Helen is one person that you must make sure you meet.

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Rock Star Genealogists Returns for 2013, Vote Now

Back in January 2012 John D. Reid from the Anglo-Celtic Connections blog introduced the world to Rock Star Genealogists. He came up with the Rock Star Genealogist list, and it was a big hit and now it’s back again for 2013, and he’s asking you to vote.

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The Book of Me, Written By You

How many of you have thought about writing your own life history, but keep putting it in the “too hard basket”? I’m sure quite a number of you have. Writing your life history isn’t an easy thing to do when you think of it in the context of a book … but thanks to The Book of Me, Written by You, it is now easier than ever!

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Unlock the Past Cruise Speaker Profile: Thomas MacEntee

Our cruise speaker profiles continue with Thomas MacEntee. Anyone who is involved in the genealogy social media scene will have heard of Thomas MacEntee and GeneaBloggers. He is a genealogist who specialises in the using technology and social media to advantage to improve and aid genealogical research.

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