BURBANK – Dozens of geneabloggers attempted to bring down the Burbank Marriott’s wi-fi system by simultaneously blogging and Twittering during the “Son of Blogger” Jamfest.

Randy Seaver, pictured above (top right), was responsible for the majority of the Tweets, and was quoted as saying, “We want to see the hastag #scgs09 become a trending topic, or else!” Randy is known for stirring up unrest in the genealogy community with his blog Genea-Musings.

The geneabloggers remained quiet during the summit, however, the sound of typing was annoying for the non-bloggers in attendance. Several computer batteries were killed during the event.


DISCLAIMER: While there were, indeed, plenty of geneabloggers live-Tweeting and blogging during the summit (this one included), there was no malfeasance intended. I think.

Copyright © by Elizabeth O’Neal

Elizabeth is a genealogy and family history researcher, writer, and consultant. Adores good grammar and spelling, and believes the Oxford Comma is just misunderstood. Thrives on large quantities of coffee. One daughter, two rescued hounds, and a plethora of missing ancestors keep her on her toes.


  1. No malfeasance intended, just Wi-Fired up?

  2. I just LOVE your posts about JAMSTOCK…and I believe EVERYTHING you write (I never bother reading disclaimers…)

  3. You are cracking me up with these posts, Elizabeth!

  4. Great post – and I do think we brought down the wi-fi during the blogger summit.

  5. Following your posts yesterday was just like being there!

  6. Love your post and description of the Jamboree, it was fun and I am so glad we met and having lunch together, you are very creative blogger Elizabeth and an inspiration.

  7. Oh, great shot of the back of my head! Son of Bloggers was fun.

  8. Gini- at least there wasn’t a reflection off the back of your beautiful blonde head…

    ROFL!! Elizabeth – you are setting the bar very high here … and i’m afraid my drink has spilled. Well done!

  9. Tweeting and listening? I’m just not that coordinated.



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