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- Family chart-printing service Generation Maps has changed its name to Family ChartMasters to better describe the companys services. Visit the website at FamilyChartMasters.com.
- The AARP is holding a sweepstakes with genealogy prizes including a five-hour research consultation with professional genealogist Megan Smolenyak, signed copies of Smolenyaks books, Family Tree DNA testing, an Ancestry.com subscription and a $1,000 gift card. You dont have to be an AARP member to enter, but you do need to be age 45 or older. Click here to enter.
- Genealogy wiki WikiTree has announced that Tami Osmer Glatz (whos written articles for Family Tree Magazine including the January 2011 guide to FamilySearch Centers) is the sites new Cousin Connector. Her role is to suggest merges between trees and improving the quality of merged ancestor profiles.
- Thousands of historical Massachusetts and New England maps from the Perkins Collection, the archive of a family-owned surveying business, is now part of Historic Map Works. Available as a home subscription and through many libraries, Historic Map Works links maps with geocode data so you can search them by modern address, keywords, town names, or year. You also can order prints from the site.
- A new photo gift site called Snapily lets you create photo greetings with 3D effects (you move the card and decorative illustrations look 3D) and flip-animation (you tilt the card back and forth, and switch between two photos). Visit the website to see what each effect looks like. Prices for photo cards start at $2.99.