|VFH is much too comfortable in my house!|
I'm sad to say that VFH*, or it's little brother, at least, has returned to our household, leaving me with a sore throat, chest cold, and a sick child to care for. With only a few brain cells functioning today in my head, I give you a very abbreviated version of "Best Bytes" for this week. I'm sorry but I don't have the energy to be witty or clever or give you much information... but here are the links.
It's a jungle of germs out there everybody. Stay well.
In the News
Cunning, Care and Sheer Luck Save Rare Map of 1770 New York
More Indiana couples discover funeral home facilities can make great wedding chapels
More problems in Los Angeles: Gabrieleno Indians protest excavation of cemetery where ancestors likely buried and La Plaza officials meet with local Gabrielinos about unearthed burials
On the DNA front: Krupa family of Croatia proven descendants of the Old Turkic Ashina dynasty
Is that a real number: Genealogy is hard, but computers make it 'a bajillion times faster'
Surprising stories at Dunsmuir’s Cemetery
From the Blogs
I need this: The Pocket Physician, by Laura Crawley of The Virtual Dime Museum.
Genealogy Blogs: A Comment on Comments by Amy Coffin of We Tree.
The Spoons of Berenice by Margel on 2338 W. Washington Blvd.
I'm already there: 5 Reasons Genealogists Should be on LinkedIn by Kerry Scott of Clue Wagon.
SLC Genealogy Research Travel Kit by Joan Miller of Luxegen Genealogy and Family History.
* * *
VFH = Virus From Hell. It's been here since December and refuses to leave.
I know I missed a ton of great posts this week, so if you saw something great that's missing from this list, please share in the comments.
To subscribe to my Google Reader shared items, please visit my Google Profile. Be sure to check out the weekly picks of Randy Seaver, Diane Haddad, Megan Smolenyak, Susan Petersen, Greta Koehl, Donna Pointkouski, and the Follow Friday posts listed on Geneabloggers. Happy reading!
Copyright © by Elizabeth O'NealPrint this post