Thanks for "the other side" of the story.
I think that there is another point that wasn't mentioned, but if you were to look at Blog Stat's, and a Blogger, you may not get the whole readership picture.
Look at the way blog readers read your blog. It used to be RSS to Google Reader. Look how many reading platforms have appeared on the scene. AND how many Different WAYS people read a blog.
Not to mention they WAY bloggers blog.
Technology, for GeneaBloggers has changed, yes. But look at then number of genealogy companies who are NOW blogging. I sort-a think that they have seen the impact of GeneaBloggers and want to be part of the Communications game.
Myrt, your Timeline points out how WE communicate has drastically changed. Blogging is just one of the tools / toys to help us educate, and help preserve our Family Stories.
Russ (aka, Cousin Russ)
After my post on Saturday about searching Irish Catholic Parish Records, I had a comment from Bob Cumberbatch giving me a link to townlands.ie. This took me to the page for Aghamore Downland, Co. Mayo. The first thing I looked for was the link to Mountainco...
You may notice some changes, here on Google+. It was just rolled out to where I could see the "new" Google+. and I have taken a quick look to see what the impact will be for use and the community.
We are developing a plan to help us all through the change(s) and will communicate that to this community.
Stay tuned, don't panic, it's another change for us,
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It was a busy start of the program.
I have a couple that my mother created (among the 100+ photo albums) that I am carefully going through and scanning.
I learned that my Dad didn't always live in Pennsylvania, as a child, when I looked at the Vertical File for my grandparents. It wasn't at the Archives, but at the Chester County, PA Historical Society.
You never know who has "Vertical Files" but it' a Great Question to Ask.
Oh, and don't forget a *Box of Chocolate", a Please, a Thank You, and a follow up Note of Thanks.
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- My collection of headstone pictures
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