I have spent this weekend working with moving my research tasks from The Master Genealogist to Evernote, simply because I have decided Evernote is better for a research log than TMG is. Part of that reason is Evernote allows me to bulk create tasks. SO I thought I’d share the process for my genealogy… Continue reading Do Genealogy the Old Fashioned Way in a New Fangled World…. Pt 2.
I am not a fan of shaky leaves or having my family tree online where people can link to it or add to it. I am an old fashioned genealogist. Set me in a dusty courthouse, give me $50 in quarters and leave me until the dust sends me into a coma and I am… Continue reading Doing Genealogy The Old Fashion Way in a New Fangled World….
In another post I compared my local Walmart with the new Publix and Lin responded that she preferred her co-op. I think some of it could be that we prefer that which is familiar and the same is true with grocery stores and genealogy programs. I had #1 in 1991. I had dabbled in genealogy… Continue reading The Familiar… Grocery stores or genealogy programs
Let me first say I like this program and have used it since pretty much the beginning. I rarely use the TO DO LIST function in Gensmarts, but prefer the CUSTOMIZE RECORDS FEATURE. But today's blog is about using the TO DO LIST function, with filters to narrow down the suggestions. Today's blog is on… Continue reading Gensmarts…
In my real life, I try to record every activity I need to do on my calendar so I stay really organized. I also have daily to do lists that keep my house basically clean. After years of researching, I am now applying that same thing to my genealogy. First thing I did was purchase… Continue reading Organized Genealogy Research