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If you're interested in making genealogy your full time career you should learn more about Forensic genealogy which often deals with military repatriation, DNA and adoption cases. This type of work is rewarding but requires good training! You'll get that at the Forensic Genealogy Institute this March. I'll be there leading the marketing track. Get a jump start on your genealogy career and sign up.
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A great thought piece about diversity in podcasting.
Over the past six months I have seen multiple articles dissecting the barriers to podcasting becoming a mainstream mode …
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Yes, so isn't it very interesting that podacsting is considered a male's domain?!! Like you said, it's all about how the data is gathered.


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The audio industry needs more than "Serial" to fully establish itself.
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Bookmarking another online collection released in 2014.
Kinder in einem Feriendorf / Martin Munkacsi / 1929 The Metropolitan Museum of Art has released a vast archive of 400,000 (mostly) hi-resolution digital images online that you can download and use for non-commercial purposes. From a 12-megapixel scan of Rembrandt's 1660 self-portrait to over
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Serial has triggered the golden age for the decade-old podcasts and regional podcasters are taking advantage of the growing popularity of the medium to tell stories and discuss societal and cultural topics.
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My Uncle Jim, who unfortunately passed away in 2005, was a member of the 381st Air Bombardment Group, 534th Bombardment Squadron. 
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I was recently interviewed by the Genies Down Under podcast! It probably a bit more personal and candid than you're used to hearing from me. I guarantee you will fall in love with the voice of host, Maria Northcote!

Listen to episode 51. You can find it here at the website link below or in iTunes.
http://www.geniesdownunder.com.au/podcasts.html
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Not everything is online. Here's just one example of why we need to be using archives!

"Even if your ancestor didn't attend school as a child, you might be surprised by what can be found in the various types of school records."

Lots of examples in this article by Melissa LeMaster Barker​.


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I think I must do genealogy differently than most. Almost all of my research is in an archive and I only use my genealogy databases for storage of information, not for reports or anything other than supplemental information. 
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Surprisingly few academics have learned how to podcast – but it’s a great way to reach a wider audience
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Read part 2 of an article where Eileen Souza gives advice for those starting a genealogical related business.
Want to know more about being a genealogy entrepreneur? Find out in this interview with Eileen Souza, owner of Old Bones Genealogy.
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New Public Domain images collection available from the New York Public Library!
Maps, posters, manuscripts, sheet music, drawings, photographs, letters, ancient texts: Thousands of items in the public domain are now offered as high-resolution downloads. No library card necessary.
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I just tried to create an event within a community using the new Google+. I can't figure out how to do it. I googled it but the instructions I got back seem to be old. Can anyone tell me how to do it? Thanks!
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Dear Myrt was talking about the latest changes to Google+ right before Christmas and one of those changes was that you could no longer create an Event.
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House Historian - Genealogist - Podcaster. General interests - old houses, writing, history, photography, travel, wine, locally grown.
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Host of Fieldstone Common, a podcast dedicated to sharing the passion for Northeastern history. Also host of The Genealogy Professional podcast where transitional and professional genealogists get tips from other genealogists about improving their business.

The rest of the time I dive deep into social media and content marketing with a strong focus on new media.



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Geniaus: Google +1 Button
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Have you noticed the +1 button at the bottom of posts on the genealogy blogs you read? Do you have a Google Account? Many bloggers have this

Legacy Family Tree Software
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Helping you find, organize, and share your family tree

My Ain Folk
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Professional Scottish Family History Research

Holbrook-Blakeslee House (c. 1712) | A Preservationist's Technical Notebook
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The Holbrook-Blakeslee House, located at 54 Elm Street in Ansonia, Connecticut, is an interesting old home with a direct connection to the M

Ancestry.com
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Ancestry.com is the world’s largest online resource for family history

The Official Site of Town of Millis, MA
www.millis.org

Welcome to the Official Website of Town of Millis, MA. This page redirects you to our home page.

FamilySearch Indexing
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Help provide open access to the world's records!

First Blog Post
www.thegenealogyassistant.com

Many of my genealogy colleagues have created their own blogs & I have found many of them interesting and informative. When I was young,