An Introduction to the Flip-Pal Mobile Scanner [VIDEO]

The Flip-Pal Mobile Scanner has seen a huge success in the US, and is the latest must-have item in both the genealogy and crafting world. FINALLY us Aussies get to see what all the hype is about. Trust me this is no ordinary scanner – it will totally WOW you. If you haven’t already seen a Flip-Pal Mobile Scanner here’s a good ‘Introduction to Flip-Pal Mobile Scanner’ video.

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Highlight: Inky Fingers, The Life and Times of Elijah Tucker

This is a biographical family history exploring the life and times of Elijah Tucker (1811–1894), who was a printer, publisher, newspaper editor and writer and who emigrated with his family from London to New Zealand’s New Plymouth, then moved to the South Island in 1856.

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Mocavo – A Free Genealogy and Ancestry Search Engine

We’ve all tried Google, and we’ve tried Bing and various other search engines, as well as Ancestry, FindMyPast and other similar site … but have your tried the latest in genealogy search engines … MOCAVO? I’m guessing most of you won’t, so let me tell you a little about Mocavo.com.

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MyHeritage Now Offers DNA Testing to the Genealogy World

MyHeritage has over 62 million users worldwide, and apart with being a place to create your online trees, and network with others, MyHeritage now brings you DNA testing … and not just DNA testing, but DNA testing at affordable prices.

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Vote Now for Your Favourite Rock Star Genealogists

One of my fav geneabloggers John D. Reid from Anglo-Celtic Connections, asks the question who is your favourite Rock Star Genealogist? By this he means, who are “must-see” people at genie events, or who write “must-read” articles or books.

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FamilySearch Starts 2012 by Releasing 119 Million New Records

If your genealogy wish for 2012 was for more new records to be added online, FamilySearch was certainly listening, as they’ve started the year off with a bang by releasing 119 million new (not-previously-online) records … and of course, being on FamilySearch they are all FREE.

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Gould Genealogy & History is on the Move

As with many businesses in changing times, we need to change too. From mid/late January 2012 we are moving from our Modbury North premises, where we have been at since 2002. Gould Genealogy & History will then operate from two locations from late January 2012, and we will continue with our online store as usual …

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Here’s my (Genealogy) Christmas Wish List For You

We all know Christmas is coming … though way too fast for many of us. But like it of not, it will be here very soon. I’d been wanting to write some kind of Christmassy post, but hadn’t decided what to so, until I stumbled upon a post today by Diane Lynn Tibert… and rather than ‘reinvent the wheel’ … I thought I’d share her (Genealogy) Christmas Wish List with you.

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New Books from Unlock the Past – November 2011

2011 has been a busy year for the Unlock the Past team. Along with four History & Genealogy Expos, and two History & Genealogy Cruises, they’ve produced another 11 books this year, including two in November 2011. It is these two new books that I wanted to let tell you about …

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Kiva and the ‘Genealogists for Families’ Project

Genealogists are known for their generosity with time, advice, look-ups and sharing information. Now thanks to an initiative of Australian genealogist, Judy Webster, we all have another way to share. She’s created the ‘Genealogists for Families’ Project through Kiva, which helps those in need with small loans.

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Millions of Irish Prison Registers Go Online

For the many people who are researching Irish heritage … if you have convicts or criminals in your family, it just a whole lot easier, thanks to Findmypast.ie putting over 4 million Irish Prison Records online.

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I Seek Dead People T-Shirt – Limited Time Offer

We have had several requests asking us to import the “I Seek Dead People” t-shirt from our supplier in the US, so have decided to make it an open offer to everyone, for a limited time. And I’m sure it’ll prove popular, as this is something all die-hard genealogists are going to want, I mean need …

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99 Things Genealogy Meme – Aussie Style

The original “99 Things Genealogy Meme” from 2009 was distinctly US flavoured, but now thanks to an Aussie geneablogger we have “99 Things Genealogy Meme – Aussie Style”. Traditionally I’m not into doing meme’s but this was was about genealogy so was worthwhile. So take a look, and see how many apply to you. And Aussie geneabloggers please take part ….

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