Tuesday, May 27, 2008

DearMYRTLE's Family History Hour genealogy podcast

DearREADERS & LISTENERS
It has been a busy month with Ol' Myrt here out of town to attend the NGS Conference in Kansas City, and to do a little cemetery hopping on the way back. Finally, DearMYRTLE’s Family History Hour 27 May 2008 genealogy podcast is available for listening via computer or transferred to any .mp3 player if you choose to download the file. An alternative would be to download the file automatically via iTunes. You don’t need an iPod to listen. For a complete list of current DearMYRTLE podcasts visit:
http://podcasts.dearmyrtle.com .

TOPICS & GUESTS THIS WEEK

Lisa Alzo, M. F. A. to discuss the 2008 Federation of Eastern European Family History Societies. Lisa serves the Federation as 2nd Vice President. She is also a freelance writer, instructor, and lecturer and the author of six books and numerous magazine articles. She also teaches for Genclass.com. Lisa can be reached at www.lisaalzo.com.

FEEFHS International Conference
August 1-3, 2008Registration Form (
PDF)(Word)PayPal (Form)Conference Information (PDF)(Word)Pittsburgh Airport Marriott Hotel (Web site)Speaker List (PDF)(Word)Preliminary Program (PDF)(Word)Vendor Information (PDF)(Word)
www.feefhs.org

See also the FEEFHS Journal in addition to the eJournal produced by this organization.

BACKING UP! DO IT NOW OR REGRET IT LATER is the focus of the interview with Elizabeth Powel Crowe, author of Genealogy Online 8th edition, hot of the presses! You'll find blog Crowe's Nest at www.epcrowe.com. We cannot overlook the importance of backing up your important documents, and email address book in addition to your genealogy data and scanned images. See also Elizabeth's blog entry titled Back up a bit.

Myrt will also discuss a few impressions of the 2008 National Genealogical Society Conference held last week in Kansas City.

MightyMouse TOUR
DearMYRTLE's BEST of the Internet for Genealogists Award 25 May 2008 list is the first to include the "plus 1" category for items that don't fit the norm. Mention here is an indication from Ol' Myrt here that the following websites are certainly worth your effort to explore.

From the BookShelf

LINKS WE MENTION

  • Second Life (Once you've joined, and it's free, search for Clarise Beaumont or DearMYRTLE Writer.)
  • Family History Library Catalog at www.FamilySearch.org
  • GenSmarts
  • Milseán Chocolate Shoppe(Myrt's nephew's in-laws have created a wonderful chocolate bark of either white or dark chocolate with almonds and/or cranberries.) Milseán (meel-shawn), in Gaelic (Ireland's ancestral language) means "Sweet Things". Visit the retail shoppe at the renovated Aldergrove Fire Hall, at 2900 272nd Street, in Aldergrove, BC or order online.
  • I Have A Song For You Set from BriteMusic.comBrite Music has great kids' music, songs & activity books. The music is also available in .mp3 format for your iPod.
    During the podcast you'll hear "I love my Grandpa-pa". Ol' Myrt here particularly likes "I know my number, my telephone number" from the Safety Kids CD.

LINKS TO SOME OF DearMYRTLE’s RECENT BLOGS

Happy family tree climbing!
Myrt :)
DearMYRTLE,
Your friend in genealogy.
Myrt@DearMYRTLE.com
http://blog.DearMYRTLE.com

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