Tuesday, September 30, 2008

DearMYRTLE's Family History Hour History Hour 30 Sept 2008 genealogy podcast




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DearLISTENERS & READERS,

DearMYRTLE’s Family History Hour 30 Sept 2008
genealogy podcast is available
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GUEST THIS WEEK

Elizabeth Powell Crowe
, author of Genealogy Online 8th edition, joins Myrt to discuss http://www.familysearchindexing.org/. Millions of names are being indexed by volunteers who participate in this double blind data entry indexing system. Join and do your part, even if it is only 30 minutes a week, if enough volunteers do this, the work will progress faster. Be sure to check out Libbi's blog at http://www.epcrowe.com/.

MightyMouse TOUR
Be sure to pause, rewind or play your .mp3 player if you'd like to follow along while Myrt is speaking.

Myrt takes her listeners on a personal step-by step tour of http://pilot.familysearch.org/. We used to think of Labs.FamilySearch is the "test area" for indexes and databases. Well, now Pilot.FamilySearch.org is an "advanced" test area, meaning the contents are nearly ready to be released.

Myrt also spotlights this last week's Best of the Internet for Genealogists award winning sites & content:

LINKS WE MENTIONClick to find out about Myrt's favorite chocolatier.

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.


Brite 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 know my number". Ol' Myrt taught her young children to memorize the family telephone number using this song, and now her daughters are teaching Myrt's grandchildren using the same song. It's from the Safety Kids CD.




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    Happy family tree climbing!
    Myrt :)
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