13 April 2009

New kid on the block

WELCOME to this first posting of the Internet-Genealogy Blog, something Ol' Myrt here hopes will be a marvelous adventure as we learn to solve our ancestral challenges together with advice from some of the best genealogy columnists and researchers to be found. The home for this new blog on the web is http://blog.internet-genealogy.com. (Be sure to insert the hyphen in there!)

The basis for six blog entries each week will be quotes from the following Moorshead Magazines, Ltd.:

And, of course, you can count on Ol' Myrt here to have an opinion or two -- thrown in for good measure.

Since we've turned on "comments" this is a great way for you non-geneabloggers to express yourself when so inspired.

No, this doesn't mean I've given up writing my DearMYRTLE Blog -- it will be business as usual there.

It is just that so many exciting things are being discussed in these magazines, it will be a joy to spotlight them for my DearREADERS here at the Internet-Genealogy Blog.

So, to add the blog feed to your MS Outlook 2007, use the RSS feed code:

Or add the "Internet Genealogy Blog" to your Bloglines, iGoogle or Yahoo page. Whatever you do, subscribe TODAY!

Ol' Myrt here has all sorts of ideas for blog entries, and I do look forward to reading your responses.

Happy family tree climbing!
Myrt :)
Your friend in genealogy.


Cousin Russ said...

Congratulations !!!!

I have picked up a number of these magazines recently, so I am looking forward to your comments.

Thank you,


footnoteMaven said...

Congratulations on what I am sure will be another successful blog!

I am a big fan of Internet Genealogy Magazine, Family Chronicle, and Dear Myrt.


Randy Seaver said...

Ah, going to jump into the commentary pool, eh? Good!! We need more smart, level-headed genealogy commentators.

Will these blog posts be appearing in the magazines?

DearMYRTLE said...
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DearMYRTLE said...

Thanks for your support Russ, fM and Randy. As to the blog posts appearing in the magazines, not sure. We'd have to ask the publishers.

I'll be sure to add the publisher's email address at the bottom of the blog's home page at http://blog.Internet-Genealogy.com.

Miriam Robbins said...

It's great to see that Moorshead Magazines has its own blog at last! I'm a huge fan (and subscriber) of them.

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