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- The folks at Flip-Pal mobile scanner are presenting a free webinar, Metdata and Digital Images, on Tuesday, June 18 at 7:30 Central Time (that’s 8:30 Eastern, 6:30 Mountain and 5:30 Pacific). Presenter Thomas MacEntee will show you how to use a digital photo’s metadata (the information embedded in digital files) to add captions and details such as who’s in a photo and when it was taken. See more details about the webinar and click to register here.
- Friday through Sunday marks the Southern California Genealogical Society Jamboree, one of the most-anticipated conferences of the year. Remember to register for sessions you want to watch from home via free JamboSTREAM webcast. See the schedule on the Jamboree blog.
- Findmypast.com has added 2.5 million court records to its collection of Irish Petty Sessions Court Registers (1828-1912), which has information on petty crimes (such as public drunkeness and allowing livestock to wander) and punishments of Ireland’s residents. They’re available with a World Subscription or pay-per-view credits on findmypast.com international sites.
- Visit the BBC News site to see a list of materials damaged beyond repair in an April 26 fire at the National Library of Wales. The items were among the 140 crates of material that were badly damaged by smoke and water; items that can be salvaged are undergoing restoration.