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23 September 2013 ~ Comments Off on Millenniata, Inc. – A New Client for High-Definition Genealogy

Millenniata, Inc. – A New Client for High-Definition Genealogy

M-DISC the 1,000 year storage solution

I am pleased to announce my affiliation with Millenniata, Inc., the creators of an exciting digital storage product: The M-DISC™, the 1,000 year storage solution.

1,000 Year Disc? Really?

Yes, really. Here’s a video (in Polish) of an M-DISC being baked in a tray of lasagna and then cleaned off and it is completely accessible . . .

Visit http://www.mdisc.com/about/ to learn more about the M-DISC and how it can become part of sound archival practices for your family history research and preserving your family memories.

I will be providing Millenniata, Inc. with the high-quality analysis, evaluation, marketing, social media and business development services which I provide specifically for the genealogy and family history community of businesses and non-profit organizations.

I’m excited to share information as I can about the M-DISC product with the genealogy community . . . Stay tuned!

©2013, copyright Thomas MacEntee

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08 August 2012 ~ Comments Off on Wiki for Genealogists Webinar

Wiki for Genealogists Webinar

Wikis for Genealogists
If you were unable to catch my webinar Wikis for Genealogists at Legacy Family Tree today, you can click here to watch the recording for free until August 20, 2012.

You can purchase the webinar on CD which also comes with a four-page handout at the Legacy Family Tree store by clicking here.

©2012, copyright Thomas MacEntee

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21 June 2012 ~ Comments Off on Google for Genealogists presentation – August 25, 2012 – Swedish American Museum, Chicago

Google for Genealogists presentation – August 25, 2012 – Swedish American Museum, Chicago

Nordic Family Genealogy Center

On Saturday, Aug. 25, the Nordic Family Genealogy Center will host a special lecture with Thomas MacEntee, nationally-known genealogy author, educator, and speaker. He will present on using Google search engine when conducting genealogy research. Most genealogists only use 10% or less of the resources behind Google when it comes to research. Learn how to use the other 90%!

Registration for this event takes place at 10:15 am, and the program will start at 10:30 a.m. Free to Museum and Nordic Family Genealogy members, $10 for non-members.

Reservations requested. Phone the Museum at 773.728.8111. For more information, please visit our website, www.SwedishAmericanMuseum.org/genealogy. You may also e-mail genealogy@samac.org.

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