Tag: social media and genealogy

#AskACurator Day – 12 September 2018

Have you ever wondered what it was like to work in a museum? Or what the coolest item an archive has in their collection is? Simple, send them a tweet and ask. 12 September 2018 is #AskACurator Day. A day when you can send tweets (and insta messages) to organisations asking all sorts of random questions

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#genchat: It’s Back in 2015

#Genchat started back in 2013 when Jen Baldwin from Ancestral Journeys put the idea out there, and now two years on, the idea of genealogy chats on Twitter (aka #genchat) keeps on getting bigger and better. Jen has just launched a brand new #genchat website, a new twitter handle (@_genchat), and the schedule of topics for 2015,

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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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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!

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