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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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02 January 2012 ~ Comments Off

New Article: 10 Genealogy New Year’s Resolutions You Can Keep!

Archives.com

My latest article entitled “10 Genealogy New Year’s Resolutions You Can Keep!” has been posted at Archives.com.  This is one of many articles you’ll find as part of the Learn from Experts series at Archives.com – check it out and you will see some familiar faces among the genealogy blogging crowd!

The most recent article discusses how you can set some reasonable goals involving your genealogy research and how you “experience” genealogy for 2012. Ideas include backing up your genealogy data, joining a genealogy society and more.

Visit the  Articles page here at High-Definition Genealogy for my other recent and past articles on genealogy.

Disclaimer: this was an assignment for Archives.com in which I was paid to produce a an article on the subject of genealogy webinars.  In addition to payment, I also received a complimentary membership to Archives.com.  See the Disclosure Statements page for a list of all material connections I have with genealogy vendors.

©2011, copyright Thomas MacEntee

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26 October 2011 ~ Comments Off

Recorded Explorinar on Facebook Now Available

Here is the recording of my recent “explorinar” on Facebook Pages and Facebook Groups.

Explorinar: Facebook Pages vs. Facebook Groups from Thomas MacEntee on Vimeo.

Facebook Pages vs. Facebook Groups

Are you confused when it comes to creating a Facebook presence for your business, genealogy society or even a research project? Should you create a Facebook Page or a Facebook Group? What are the advantages and disadvantages of each? Learn all the details as well as differences between both formats in this informative session!

What’s an Explorinar?

A casual exploration of a website, an application or some other program that could be useful to genealogists and family historians. Explorinars are free and limited to 100 participants. There are no handouts so please take notes.

©2011, copyright Thomas MacEntee

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