Today is Tuesday, 3 September 2013 and here are some recent finds and discoveries to help you hack genealogy!
- National Archives Virtual Genealogy Fair: Starts today and runs online via UStream webcast through tomorrow. Check out Hack Genealogy’s infographic guide to get connected!
- Changes in Ancestry.com Search: Ancestry.com Implements New Old Search (via Ancestry Insider).
- Older Model iPhone and iPad Users: How to Speed Up a Slow, Aging iPhone or iPad (via Lifehacker).
New Apps, Features and Websites – Oh My!
- Maps: These Interactive Maps Compare 19th Century American Cities to Today (via gizmodo).
- And More Maps!: More historic maps – it’s mapapalooza lately! My NYC ancestors were heavy subway users . . . 15 Subway Maps That Trace NYC’s Transit History (via gizmodo).
- E-Books: Check out Dot Dot Dot to manage eBooks and webtexts in one place.
Technology for Genealogy Group on Facebook
Visit the Technology for Genealogy on Facebook group for these new discussions:
- Family Trees: I am looking for software that will create an all-in-one family tree, including ancestors and descendants. Has anyone found such a beast?
©2013, copyright Thomas MacEntee