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Tuesday’s Tip ~ Microsoft OneNote

Last September I wrote this post, Embracing One Note. I formally declared that I thought I was in love! I loved the feel and workability of the software. I loved the flow of updating between iPad, iPhone and laptop. Then … Continue reading

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Society Saturday – The Next Gen Genealogy Network

The first general meeting of Next Gen took part in Tuesday evening, well it was the early hours of Wednesday morning here in the UK. I had planned to try and watch live via the Google+ Community whilst sitting in … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s Tip ~ Snail Mail Day

Yesterday, a dear genealogy friend who I have know for about 25 years posted on her Facebook wall “Imagine getting the country behind one day a year whereby they actually post a ‘real’ letter. Where children write to a friend … Continue reading

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Military Monday ~ Letters to an Unknown Soldier – Paddington Station, London

War memorial Paddington station© Ceridwen The statue shown here is from London Paddington Station. It was built to commemorate members of the 100 members of Great Western Railway Company staff who perished in the First World War. The Letter to an … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s Tip – Creating a Memorial

Part of the way I have grieved for my Mum has been by creating a memorial of various things from the funeral service. This has enabled those overseas or unable to attend the funeral to see, hear and to feel … Continue reading

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Society Saturday – Using Google Hangouts & Embracing Social Media

Using Google to embrace interaction between a group of people is not only a great idea, but it is free. There are two kinds of Google Hangouts A private conversation or meeting between no more than 10 people  A Hangout … Continue reading

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Those Thursday Places – Britain From Above 1919 – 1953

Image from Britain From Above A few days ago I came across this fabulous site Britain from Above 1919 – 1953 which I shared with the +Society for One-Place Studies community. As with many sites you can register and then select images to be … Continue reading

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Those Thursday Places – Richmond Poor Law

Map showing Richmond Union WorkshouseCourtesy of Surrey Records Centre Today I read that Surrey Records Centre has released via their web page the Richmond Poor Law Union Applications and Report Books. This is a fantastic resource which has indexed by a … Continue reading

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Society Saturday ~ Branding & Logo’s

Last week we looked at society websites, blogs and we briefly touched on social media. Today we are going to look at Branding and logos. Have a look at this picture. It is simply a collage of images created by … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s Tip – February Map Offer

Map of Surrey – Cary’s Map 1787 The UK based map company Your Old Books and Maps are offering free access to their maps server during the month of February. Visit their map server – HEREQuote the user name of yobm … Continue reading

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