Monthly Archives: January 2012
I’ve been using Family Tree Maker since the 90′s when it replaced my paper notes on the recommendation of my sister. I don’t remember what version I started with, but back when I bought it the program came with a … Continue reading
The final method I will write about for getting information into Evernote is via email. Putting email messages into Evernote that have some useful details on your research helps you put all of your information into one place, making it … Continue reading
DNA links 1991 killing to Colonial-era family – CNN.com. CNN wrote a story on the use of a Y-DNA test of DNA from a murder in 1991. As it happens the DNA was similar to that of the family of … Continue reading
Yesterday Michael Hait wrote a blog posting titled My last word on GeneaBlogging and the Paradigm Shift. In it he recommends that genealogy bloggers provide citations in their postings when presenting genealogical research. My blog here started out as commentary more … Continue reading
This is a copy of my post from December 29. I have added citations to back my assertions as an experiment after reading Michael Hait’s blog posting My last word on GeneaBlogging and the Paradigm Shift. I will write about what … Continue reading
For some variety, here are the meanings of the names of Kim Jong-il, born Yuri Irsenovich Kim. What’s in a Kim? « The Diacritics.
Several days ago I posted my analysis process for the picture of my grandfather in front of the Ash Creek Inn in Fairfield, CT. I left one part open, though, and that was the model and year of the car. … Continue reading