Today is Monday, 28 July 2014 and here are some recent finds and discoveries to help you hack genealogy!
- Gaenovium 2014: Gaenovium is the genealogy technology conference, by genealogy technologists for genealogy technologists. Gaenovium is exclusively for academics, developers and visionaries at the forefront of genealogy technology. Click here for more information on this event to be held in Leiden, Netherlands on Tuesday, 7 October 2014.
- Big Genealogy: Where does the antagonism against the big genealogy websites come from? (via Genealogy’s Star).
New Apps, Features, Gadgets and Websites – Oh My!
- Hard Drives: How To Care For Your Hard Drives And Make Them Last Longer (via makeuseof).
- Pexels: Pexels is a site which provides a continual source of Creative Commons pictures, that you can use everywhere for any purpose (via makeuseof).
- Productivity Apps: 20 Productivity Apps To Keep You And Your Boss Organised (via makeuseof).
- US Census Data: EasyStats lets you generate location-specific data tables based on the American Community Survey data from the Census Bureau.
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