Monday, October 11, 2010

Weekly Genealogy Picks

Weekly Genealogy Picks -- October 3rd to October 10th
from genealogy blogs, newspaper articles and elsewhere
 [being posted a day later than usual; hopefully I will be back on schedule next week.]

James Tanner at Genealogy's Star shares a Testimony Against Procrastination

The Ancestry Insider discusses why you can't always copy everything in the public domain

Schelly Talalay Dardashti writes about Finding Family on Facebook

Laura at It's All Relative comes up with a 12 Step Program for Genealogists

The latest issue of the Shades of the Departed magazine has been released.

The 98th Edition of the Carnival of Genealogy has been released.

Other Weekly Lists
Due to a busy weekend and a desire to post this as soon as possible, my list above is shorter than I would like.  However, the genealogy bloggers below provide their selections - many different from my own. 
Amanuensis Monday: October 4th 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.

1 comment:

Schelly Talalay Dardashti said...

Thanks, John, for the pointer to my "Finding Family" post. More people should also search on, with its extensive user-created family tree base. Its 1,500+ source search engine is also more genealogically relevant, so searching for family at MyHeritage may find even more useful information than a similar Google search.

Again, thank you!
Schelly Talalay Dardashti