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Friday, August 5, 2011

Follow Friday - 5 Aug 2011

Follow Friday
5 Aug 2011

Two suggestions this week: one related to blogging, one related to researching records.

BLOGGING

I've gone through a number of "shift's" and "reviews" in my blogging life. In this post, Bart, as GeneaPopPop, at 'Stardust 'n' Roots' has some excellent suggestions for each of us to consider as we go about this activity called 'blogging' - not bad information for READERS of blogs, as well. What do you think?

"Be-Attitudes for GeneaBlogging (What I Which I Knew When I Began)."


RESEARCHING RECORDS

Here is a fine 'reminder' for each of us, from the freshest 'newbie' in genealogy to the most 'grizzled' veteran. Thank you, again, Michael Hait, for your excellent writing that helps us understand this critical issue even better:

"Five things you have to know about every record."


Families are Forever!  ;-)

2 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing! Over the past few month I've discovered several useful resources by reading this blog. (P.S. In this post the second link is broken.)

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  2. Thanks Sheryl. Broken link fixed. Sorry for that! ;-)

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