14 November 2010

Florida State Conference in Sarasota a Success!


Rick and I attended the Florida State Genealogical Society's 2010 Conference in sunny and warm Sarasota, Florida this weekend. The conference was well-attended and drew about 250 attendees, higher than expected. It was successful trip for us as we met many of our Florida-based Family Chronicle and Internet Genealogy subscribers in their own "backyard". We also got to meet with many other colleagues as well. Notable at the conference were Maureen Taylor who was lecturing ahd doing private photo consultations, George Morgan and Drew Smith (The Genealogy Guys) conducted a live podcast on Friday, and a few of the "regulars" on the vendor circuit including Martha Mercer of Maia's Books, Tom Ryder of EasyNetSites, and Carl and Alice Charest of Godfrey Memorial Library to name a few. Congratulations and many thanks to Carol Rooksby Weidlich (Vendor Chair), Kim Garvey (Vendor Committee), and Cindy Hineman Davis (Conference Chair) and all the volunteers who worked hard to make it a success. See you all in 2011!

05 November 2010

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15 January 2010

Look What's in Internet Genealogy 's March 2010 Issue...

In addition to posting the contents of our currently available issue, we now also offer a list of what's coming in the next issue. As an added bonus we've also made available partial excerpts of some articles.

Coming in the March 2010 issue watch for...

Cindy Thomson looks at the Irish Roots Cafe Genealogy Podcast. It's an innovative approach to Irish genealogy and anyone who does Irish research will find this useful. Read a partial excerpt...

Janice Nickerson looks at Best Canadian Genealogy Blogs and Newsletters, and in a second article she offers her thoughts on the Top Ten French-Canadian Websites. If you're researching your Canadian ancestors, don't pass these up.

George G. Morgan, one half of the famed Genealogy Guys Podcast, asks, Are You Informtaion Literate?. See why understanding your resources is crucial to successful genealogy research. Read a partial excerpt...

Michael Hait enlightens us on the benefits of "Tweeting" Your Genealogy. Social networking in all its forms is becoming an important part of genealogy research!

David A. Norris presents four articles: Scottish Archives Online, Sailing Vessel Records, England and Wales Criminal Records, and Archives Normandie (a rich resource for anyone researching ancestors in WWII Allied forces).

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