- NARAtions - the blog of the US National Archives - discusses how to use the Official Register to find information on those who worked for the Government (both Military and Civilian) from 1817-1959.
- Philip Trauring at JewishGen Blog discusses some basics on researching ancestral shtetls (or towns).
- Richard Davis at ULCC DA (University of London Computer Center - Digital Archives) discusses how Scanning is Different from Digitisation.
- Jeanne Kramer-Smyth at Spellbound Blog describes in detail how she rescued data from some 5.25 inch floppies.
- FourAndSix has an interesting display of Photo Tampering Throughout History. (hat/tip Elizabeth O'Neal)
- Randy Seaver at Genea-Musings collected the responses to last week's Saturday Night Genealogy Fun where individuals were asked to write a poem based on the Where I'm From template.
- Lee Drew at Family History with the Lineagekeeper discusses how it feels to be known by his kids and grandkids as a geek.
- Some may feel that Arthur C. Clarke came pretty close to predicting the future in 1964.
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