* the content of the current FHLC
* additional content from other repositories
* links to books or databases available online
I've used the GenSeek application on Facebook several times, and I've seen the content of the current FHLC (to some extent), and the links to FHLC items when they have been digitized (e.g., in the BYU Family History Archive).
What does the GenSeek application on Facebook look like? Here's a peek:
I wanted to check out Dodge County, Wisconsin resources, so I went to Facebook and clicked on the GenSeek application (http://apps.facebook.com/genseek/) and then the "Search" tab:
On the "Location" field, I typed in "Dodge, Wisconsin." The results came back (two screens shown, four in all):
The resulting page shows me the information about this document, and provides the call number for the document at the Family History Library, and the fact that it is microfilmed.
That's great - a decent online source citation. Of course, the citation does not include the actual document, only the source of the document.