DearLISTENERS & READERS,
DearMYRTLE’s Family History Hour 21 Aug 2007 genealogy podcast is available for listening via computer or transferred to your .mp3 player if you choose to download the file. An alternative would be to download the file automatically via iTunes.
For a complete list of current DearMYRTLE podcasts visit: http://podcasts.dearmyrtle.com/.
TOPICS & GUESTS THIS WEEK
- Geoff Rasmussen of LegacyFamilyTree.com to discuss what’s coming down the pike for Legacy version 7 including compatibility with the much-anticipated new FamilySearch, also yet to be fully released.
- Pierre Cloutier of ProgenySoftware.com to discuss GeneLines , software to place your ancestor's life in a timeline format, in relation to other family members and to points of local and national history.
- Genealogy bloggers “Jasia” of CreativeGene and Schelly Talalay Dardashti of Tracing The Tribe to compare & contrast the use of the terms “genealogist” and “family historian”.
MightyMouse TOUR – dropped this week in favor of the extra interview.
LINKS WE MENTION
- Downloadable free version of Legacy Family Tree software. The Standard edition is free!
- Online Legacy video tour
- Legacy Training Videos
- 2008 Legacy Family Tree European Cruise Myrt is going!
- Genelines for Legacy
- Genelines for Ancestral Quest
- Genelines Universal Edition - reads all file formats, including PAF, Family Tree Maker, Legacy, Ancestral Quest, Ancestry Family Tree, and GEDCOM. Great for anyone using more than one genealogy record manager.
- Download free historical timelines for use with your Genelines 2.1 Universal Edition. There are over 80 timelines to choose from, including one from each US state.
- AmazonFresh - home delivery of groceries.
- Are we family historians or genealogists? UPDATE by Schelly Talalay Dardashti.
- Genealogist vs Family Historian, Who Are You? by Jasia.
- Carnival of Genealogy The 30th edition focus on genealogical conferences & seminars. Coordinator Jasia explains “Our group of writers are for the most part veterans of the conference circuit. Read on to hear their insights, observations, and fantasies. Let the carnival begin...”
The 31st edition will be edited by Craig Manson at GeneaBlogie , and the topic for the next edition of the Carnival of Genealogy will be: "Confirm or Debunk: Family Myths, Legends, and Lore." The deadline for submissions is September 1st. You can submit your blog article for the next edition using our carnival submission form . Past posts and future hosts can be found on the genealogy blog carnival index page .
DearMYRTLE’s Blog entries since the last podcast:
- Coweta Georgia fire closes genealogy collection
- Eastman: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Dept Video
- Triangulation: Analysis of historical documents also in podcast format
- WorldVitalRecords.com Now Available in 100 Family History Centers
- North America Local and County Histories to go Online
- Italian & German database access through Steve Morse
- Keeping Genealogical Records Open Workgroup (KGROW)
- DearMYRTLE's genealogy podcasts
- What’s on DearMYRTLE’s iPod?
- Mobile website for The National Archives, UK
- Records Preservation & Access Committee (FGS/NGS)
For more information about listening to Myrt’s genealogy podcasts see DearMYRTLE’s Podcast how-to info .
For more information about other genealogy & history podcasts see What’s on DearMYRTLE’s iPod?
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