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Unlock the Past Cruise Speaker Profile: Margaret Doherty

 For our next Unlock the Past Cruise Speaker Profile we chat to Marg Doherty, who is the President of the Genealogical Society of Queensland, and also of History Queensland. Marg started doing her family history back in the 1980s BC (before computers), and now that she’s retired, family history is a dominant part of her life. But when you’re president of two big organisations, it’s going to be isn’t it! Continue reading →

Inspiring Genealogy Blogs – July 2013

 For our July edition of Inspiring Genealogy Blogs, we have a real mixture. Everything from how to fix old photos, to a number about social media, what to pack for a research trip, copyright and plagarism, how to get the younger generation interested in genealogy, tips on how to find old photos, and even how to save money on Australian BDM certificates!! Continue reading →

Introducing Thomas MacEntee’s “Hack Genealogy”

 Well-known US genealogist, author and speaker Thomas MacEntee has a knack for seeing a need for something, and coming up with a solution to fill that need. He did it with his GeneaBloggers website, and he’s done it again with his latest venture “Hack Genealogy”, which is described as a “new genealogy and technology resource” and “repurposing today’s technology for tomorrow’s genealogy”. Continue reading →

Inspiring Genealogy Blogs – June 2013

 I have had the pleasure of reading a whole bunch of fabulous blog posts throughout June, and here are a few that I’d like to share with you. For June we cover everything from who owns your own data?, cousin bait, privacy and genealogy, photo sharing, wasting time?, LGBT family members, and why Twitter is so good! As usual there’s quite a variety! Continue reading →