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== Genea-Musings - 29 March 2011<br>  ==
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*Randy Seaver posted an interesting article in his blog, [http://www.geneamusings.com/2011/03/tuesdays-tip-consider-name-variations.html Tuesday's Tip - Consider Name Variations For Elusive Ancestors] - thanks Randy for the mention!<br>
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== Genealogy Star - 4 March 2011  ==
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*A new blog post about the wiki: [http://genealogysstar.blogspot.com/2011/03/good-bad-and-wiki.html#comment-form ''The good, the bad, and the wiki''] by James Tanner on [http://genealogysstar.blogspot.com/ Genealogy's Star]- you're bound to enjoy this article!&nbsp;:)
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== Family Tech 4 March 2011  ==
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*The new [http://familytech.familysearch.org/2010/11/run-out-of-resources-try-familysearch-research-wiki.html Family Tech site on FamilySearch features an article about the Wiki] written by one of our community members. Thanks, Robin for a great article!
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== RootsTech news reports mentions the Wiki - 20 Feb 2011  ==
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*[http://www.ldschurchnews.com/articles/60506/RootsTech-Conference-Convergence-brings-new-technological-uses.html RootsTech Conference: Convergence brings new technological uses] Gadgets, Internet are boon to genealogists.
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*[http://www.taneya-kalonji.com/genblog/managing-rootstech-knowledge Managing RootsTech knowledge] - a [[RootsTech 2011|new page in the wiki]] was created to capture RootsTech presentations
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*[http://www.readwriteweb.com/archives/rootstech_the_history_of_your_family_is_in_the_fut.php RootsTech:&nbsp;The History of Your Family is in the Future]
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*[http://idogenealogy.com/blog/2011/02/12/rootstech-day-2/ RootsTech - Day 2] - mentions Wiki engineer Don Stringham's presentation of creating Wiki templates
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*[http://ancestryinsider.blogspot.com/2011/02/rootstech-ketchup.html RootsTech Ketchup] - ok, now we're really stretching, but it's still an interesting article
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*Add additional articles as they are discovered.
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== Examiner.com Features FamilySearch Wiki  ==
 
== Examiner.com Features FamilySearch Wiki  ==
  
 
Titled [http://www.examiner.com/ethnic-community-in-columbia-mo/an-easy-approach-to-finding-resources-on-familysearch-wiki An Easy Approach to Finding Resources on FamilySearch Wiki], writer Robin Foster of Columbia, South Carolina features the FamilySearch Wiki, describes its value, and includes a video demonstration.  
 
Titled [http://www.examiner.com/ethnic-community-in-columbia-mo/an-easy-approach-to-finding-resources-on-familysearch-wiki An Easy Approach to Finding Resources on FamilySearch Wiki], writer Robin Foster of Columbia, South Carolina features the FamilySearch Wiki, describes its value, and includes a video demonstration.  
  
== Genea-Musings Blog Features FamilySearch Wiki Adopt-a-Page  ==
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== Genea-Musings Blog Features FSWiki Adopt-a-Page  ==
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In his popular genealogy blog [http://www.geneamusings.com/ Genea-Musings.com], Randy Seaver of Chula Vista, California highlighted the FamilySearch Wiki "Adopt-a-Page" program. FamilySearch enthusiasts may also enjoy reading his comments on Indexing, FamilySearch Historical Records Collections, and FamilySearch Blogger Day.
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In his popular genealogy blog [http://www.geneamusings.com/ Genea-Musings.com], Randy Seaver of Chula Vista, California highlighted the FamilySearch Wiki "Adopt-a-Page" program. FamilySearch enthusiasts may also enjoy reading his comments on Indexing, FamilySearch Historical Records Collections, and FamilySearch Blogger Day. <br><br>
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Revision as of 19:59, 30 March 2011

 

Genea-Musings - 29 March 2011

Genealogy Star - 4 March 2011

Family Tech 4 March 2011

RootsTech news reports mentions the Wiki - 20 Feb 2011

Examiner.com Features FamilySearch Wiki

Titled An Easy Approach to Finding Resources on FamilySearch Wiki, writer Robin Foster of Columbia, South Carolina features the FamilySearch Wiki, describes its value, and includes a video demonstration.

Genea-Musings Blog Features FSWiki Adopt-a-Page

In his popular genealogy blog Genea-Musings.com, Randy Seaver of Chula Vista, California highlighted the FamilySearch Wiki "Adopt-a-Page" program. FamilySearch enthusiasts may also enjoy reading his comments on Indexing, FamilySearch Historical Records Collections, and FamilySearch Blogger Day.