Watch out ants – it’s blog picnic time!
We’re having an old-fashioned, end-of-summer, Genealogy Blog Potluck Picnic, and you are invited to bring a “dish” to share!
And by “dish” I mean your favorite genealogy resource. 🙂
Party Etiquette (a.k.a. The Rules):
- Bring a Friend – Notify your followers of the Genealogy Blog Party by using Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, or whatever types of social media you use. Social media buttons are located just to your left, for your convenience.
- Visit and comment on at least 3 other links in the party (more is better, of course). Why? Because parties are social events, and we can’t be social without talking to each other!
- Follow me on social media, if you don’t already. Links are below, in the footer.
- Subscribe to the Little Bytes of Life Newsletter. Newsletter subscribers receive advance notice of Genealogy Blog Party themes and other information.
Other stuff I wrote:
Which #Genealogy Blog Pool Party post received the most votes? And who got a special award for being awesome? Find out here!read more
Mr. James M. Powell Taylor gets pushed into the blog party pool, thanks to his possible descendant, Annelies Mouring.read more
Have you been waiting impatiently for the Scrivener writing software to come to your iOS device? Well, wait no more – you can find it TODAY in the Apple App Store!read more
What does a goofy Animal Ancestry website, FamilySearch Indexing, a 220 year-old family Bible, and hand-made kilts have in common? Nothing, except that fact that I liked them!read more
Do you have an ancestor who named all of his children John or Mary SMITH? Moved away and left no trace? Went missing whenever the census taker showed up? Bring him or her to the July Genealogy Blog POOL Party, and push him in the pool!read more
Good news for California historians and researchers: a new partnership between the California State Archives and the Google Cultural Institute has been announced. This will allow for digitization of the Archives, making them accessible to all.read more
Why, yes, you CAN use a post you wrote before the GBP theme was announced…and other bits of news about the #Genealogy Blog Party.read more
Which of your ancestors deserves to sit on the Iron Throne? Tell us about your “strongest” ancestor for this month’s Genealogy Blog Party!read more
In this week’s #Take5Tech: Get wordy (and use pics) on Twitter, Periscope saves by default now, no more goofy passwords (shame on you), Flipboard gets G+ support, and Facebook is watching (even if you’re not)!read more
Remember that time you thought John Smith was born in 1749, but his mom died in 1742? Oops. Join this month’s Genealogy Blog Party and party and ‘fess up to your duh moments. No one will judge you at this party!read more
In this week’s #Take5Tech: Wordpress scores .blog domain, Amazon takes on YouTube, YouTube adds in-app messaging, and more!read more
I found the clue 8 years ago. But I didn’t know what to do with it.read more
Does your research take you to Florida and/or Texas? If so, check out these two, new books from the National Genealogical Society’s (NGS) Research in the States series: Florida and Texas.read more
In this week’s #10Things: 3 foundlings reunited, hidden messages in colonial handwriting, Canadian census nerds, Leonardo da Vinci’s face, and more!read more
In this week’s #Take5Tech: time’s almost up for a free Win10 upgrade, Periscope #saves, the App Store’s search is broken, and more!read more