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06 February 2012 ~ Comments Off

My Video Pitch for RootsTech

A brief 48-second video of me at RootsTech last week explaining why RootsTech is so important to all genealogists, even the non-techie! Check out all the videos from RootsTech 2012 here.

©2012, copyright Thomas MacEntee

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28 September 2011 ~ Comments Off

Wisconsin State Genealogical Society Gene-A-Rama April 27-28, 2012

I’m happy to announce that I will be featured as the main speaker for the Wisconsin State Genealogical Society‘s Gene-A-Rama event, April 27-28, 2012 in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

During the FGS 2011 conference, I had the chance to chat with Mary Rieder, WSGS president and she had no problem convincing me to make the trip north for this great event.

I will be presenting some of my more popular lectures including Facebook for GenealogistsManaging Your Genealogy Data, and They’re Alive – Searching for Living Persons. And I will be developing a new lecture just for the folks at WSGS entitled Behind the Cheese Curtain: A Look at Wisconsin Genealogy Resources.

Finally, I will also provide a humorous look at genealogy and technology – Genealogy
Party Line: Hung Up on Technology – during the Friday evening banquet.

As you can see above, I love working with genealogy societies and I can even customize an in-person talk or webinar (from my home in Chicago) just for your society!

Come join me and many other genealogists in Green Bay next April! Click here for more information.

©2011, copyright Thomas MacEntee

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08 June 2011 ~ Comments Off

See You At SCGS Jamboree 2011

SCGS Jamboree 2011

I will be giving four presentations at the upcoming 42nd Annual Southern California Genealogical Society Jamboree this coming weekend, June 10-12, 2011.  I know I will see many genealogy colleagues and friends while I am in Burbank!

For the latest Jamboree news, be sure to check in at my other site GeneaBloggers starting Friday, June 10th!

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