Tonight I had a glitch with GeniAus’s Hangout on Air for which the topic was an enquiry from Sharon from Gathering Dust blog re how we each handle our filing/”piling” system. Perhaps the gods were laughing,as after the first minutes I was inaudible to anyone and my screen dump didn’t work. In the end I … More Dare I do it?
Ethics and equity and the principles of justice do not change with the calendar. (DH Lawrence) from http://www.brainyquote.com/ Sometimes we need to be reminded that this genealogical passion of ours isn’t just about vacuuming up as many names, dates and data as we can track down, wherever we find them. We are also obligated to act … More Ethics, Genealogists and Conferences
I nearly let myself get dragged along by the tiger’s tail again with all the enthusiasm Thomas MacEntee has generated around the geneaglobe with his Genealogy Do-Over (GDO) Project. The GDO Facebook site has been abuzz with ideas, strategies and new software suggestions. Anyone with genealogy interests can join in – you just need to … More Back to Basics 1: First Quarter 2015
It’s hard to believe, but today is this blog’s 5th anniversary. Perhaps it’s why I’ve been feeling something of a five-year itch with it. Over recent months, in a scattered way, I’ve been reflecting on where I’m at with both my research and blogging. My prevailing sense has been that my blogs, and my research, … More 5th Blogiversary: Reflections and Goals