Sunday, September 26, 2010

Weekly Genealogy Picks

Weekly Genealogy Picks -- September 19th to 25th
from genealogy blogs, newspaper articles and elsewhere
  • Daniel Hubbard at Personal Past Meditations was recently visited by a physicist friend - and he found some similarities.  Particles leave paper trails.  We can't see or hear the particles, just like we can't see or hear our distant ancestors.  Read more in Building An Ancestor.
Blogging/Social Networking/Technology
Press Releases
(In some cases multiple blogs have posted these press releases, but I have chosen one representative.)
Other Weekly Lists
The genealogy bloggers below provide their selections for the week - many different from my own. 
Amanuensis Monday: September 20th participants
[Amanuensis Monday is a weekly blogging theme I began in February of 2009, where participants transcribe letters, audio, and other documents.  Why I do this.]

If you participated, but don't appear on this list, please, let me know.

3 comments:

Moultrie Creek said...

Thank you for including Moultrie Creek in this week's spotlight.

Heather Rojo said...

I suppose you regularly read all the participating blogs who post for Amanuensis Monday. I just thought I would point out that today I posted twice, because I had a funny experience finding the word "amanuensis" in the diary I had written about earlier today. Then I read Martin Holleck's two posts at "Slovak Yankee" and he had the same experience. Serendipity? Full moon? or just very strange?

Schelly Talalay Dardashti said...

Thanks, John, for the pointer to "Diaries."

Best wishes
Schelly