Out on a Limb: Blog Wild

Out on a Limb: Blog Wild

We often get mail from readers who tell us they just can't get enough of Family Tree Magazine's genealogy tips, tools and techniques. For those of you who share that sentiment, I have good news: You don't have to wait two months between issues to get more of the...

We often get mail from readers who tell us they just can’t get enough of Family Tree Magazine‘s genealogy tips, tools and techniques. For those of you who share that sentiment, I have good news: You don’t have to wait two months between issues to get more of the information you’re craving. You needn’t even hold out a week between editions of our e-mail newsletter. Now you can get near-daily family history help and updates from the editors of Family Tree Magazine on our new blogs.

At Genealogy Insider <www.familytreemagazine.com/insider>, you’ll get our user-friendly take on what’s happening in the family history world, including industry news, the scoop on the latest products and resources, and the occasional look behind the scenes of the magazine.

We have room to answer only a few reader questions in each issue of the magazine, but our editors and experts tackle at least one a week on our Now What? blog <www.familytreemagazine.com/nowwhat>. Likewise for Photo Detective <www.familytreemagazine.com/photodetectiveblog>, where contributing editor Maureen A. Taylor analyzes more of your mysterious old photographs.

You can even sign up to have the contents delivered automatically, like your print subscription — but to your inbox instead of your mailbox. Just enter your e-mail address in the Free Updates box on any of our blogs to be notified when we add new articles. Or sign up to have hyperlinked headlines pop up on your personalized iGoogle Web page.

Since the blogs’ launch, we’ve written about public records alerts, naturalizations, new online databases, itinerant photographers … I could go on, but I’ve got to get back to blogging.
 
 

From the November 2007 issue of Family Tree Magazine.

 

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