We celebrate the podcast's second anniversary with tips for preserving your own legacy and heirlooms plus a look at our next book, the Family Tree Pocket Reference. Daniel Horowitz gives us a tour of MyHeritage.com, and Lisa takes you inside her Reverse Genealogy class at Family Tree University.
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In this episode:
- Editor's Desk with Allison Stacy
- News from the Blogosphere
- Top Tips: Saving Yourself
- 101 Best Websites: MyHeritage
- Family Tree University Crash Course
- Safe Keeping: Archival Strategy
Lisa Louise Cooke
The Editor's Desk with Allison Stacy
Lisa chats with Allison about the upcoming Family Tree Pocket Reference book
and the second anniversary of the Family Tree Magazine
News from the Blogosphere with Genealogy Insider Diane Haddad
Diane gives us a rundown on recent genealogy news, highlighting the Federation of Genealogical Societies' War of 1812 pension records digitization project.
Read the Genealogy Insider Blog
Top Tips: Saving Yourself
In today's Top Tips segment, author Sharon DeBartolo Carmack and Lisa talk about some of the things you can do to document your life and become the ancestor you always wished you had from Sharon's article "Saving Yourself" in the August 2010 issue of the magazine
Family Tree Magazine Plus members can read the whole article online
101 Best Web Sites: MyHeritage
Lisa talks with Daniel Horowitz of the MyHeritage website, which is in the 10 Stellar Sites for Storing and Sharing section of our 2009 101 Best Websites list
Family Tree University Crash Course
Lisa shares strategies from the Reverse Genealogy class
she's teaching for Family Tree University.
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Have fun climbing your family tree!
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