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Inspiring Genealogy Blogs – June 2013

Inspiring Blogs 300 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 →

Who Do You Think You Are? US Season 4

 After making its debut on US tv screens in 2010, the US version of the popular show ‘Who Do You Think You Are?’ was cancelled by NBC after 3 just seasons, much to the surprise of everyone. Since then, the fate of this program has been in limbo until recently, when it was announced that the TLC network would take it on. Continue reading →

Inspiring Genealogy Blogs – May 2013

Inspiring Blogs 300 My list of Inspiring Blogs that I read during May is a tad late, but better late than never, as there’s a heap of great reading in this lot. This time we have everything from why you should blog to find your ancestors, to lessons Gen Y can teach you, to how to organise your genealogy, and even one on etiquette. So quite a range! Continue reading →

Canadian Headstone Photos Project

Logo - Canada Headstones Got Canadian roots? If so, listen up. Dick Eastman’s newsletter first introduced me to the Canadian Headstone Photos Project a couple of years ago, and since then I have been watching this project grow over time. Now I know that not every Australian has Canadian connections, but many do, so I thought this would be of interest. Continue reading →