One of genealogy's leading writers and lecturers is making his work available to Kindle owners. The Kindle is a 3G Wireless Reading Device, that several of my DearREADERS showed me in Atlanta this past weekend.
Michael John Neill's Genealogy Tip of the Day is now available on Amazon.com's Kindle. Now instead of being on a computer, genealogists can get their daily shot in the genealogy arm wherever their Kindle happens to be!
Michael John Neill has posted daily how-to tips for over a year. Usually short, and always based on actual research, tips are intended to give researchers reminders of things they have forgotten or to get them looking about things in a different way.
The blog for Genealogy Tip of the Day can be viewed here:
There's more about the Kindle version of Genealogy Tip of the Day here:
Questions can be sent to Michael at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Using a Kindle to learn more about how-to-do family history research proves a portable (light weight) alternative to lugging around an entire library of books in paper format. BRAVO! Michael, for getting folks tuned in to this new learning tool.
Happy family tree climbing!
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