At the 2011 SCGS Genealogy Jamboree over the past weekend, I spoke to Ed Zapletal, the publisher and editor of the excellent Internet Genealogy magazine. When I had spoken to Ed in the past, I had noted that I could not find links on the website to the Table of Contents to their current or past issues. My viewpoint was that all genealogy magazines need a list of their magazine Tables of Contents so that searchers can find them, and, perhaps, buy the specific issue or subscribe to the magazine. Ed kindly emailed me with this over the weekend:
Here are the links on the Internet Genealogy site that point to the most current and previous issue content:
* Current issue contents; http://internet-genealogy.com/issue_contents.htm
* Previous issue contents: http://internet-genealogy.com/issue_upcoming_previous.htm
As of Friday June 10, Internet Genealogy is now available on iTunes in digital format for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. The initial app is $1.99 which entitles the purchaser to one free issue. There is also a facility to subscribe for one or two years. Family Chronicle is also available in the same format. Our History Magazine will also be available in the coming days. Simply go to iTunes and search the apps for the magazine names. Additional platforms for the Android O/S etc. should be available over the next few months.
The Table of Contents for the current issue (July 2011) of Internet Genealogy is:
* Google New Archives: News You Can Use -- Lisa A. Alzo shares five ways to find your family in this great genealogical resource Read a sample of this article...
* Civil Registration Records in Eastern Europe -- Leslie Albrecht Huber looks at online resources for Western European research Read a sample of this article...
* The New Look of FamilySearch -- Leslie Albrecht Huber examines what is new and exciting at this great online resource
* Top Websites for Irish Research -- Diane L. Richard goes online in search of the best Internet sites for tracing your Irish ancestor
* Don't Just Sit There: Volunteer! -- According to Sharon A. Wilson, lending a helping hand is easier than you think!
* Family History Centers: Visited One Lately? -- Diane L. Richard examines one of genealogy's best kept secrets!
* Write On! Writing Your Family History -- Lisa A. Alzo shares five tips for producing a fabulous family history
* Family Tree Maker for Mac: Research Ready -- Tony Bandy looks at a great genealogy tool for Mac users
* Historic Pittsburgh Research Resources -- Tony Bandy examines a great online resource
* How Safe is Your Genealogy Data? -- Lisa A. Alzo shares some valuable lessons learned about protecting your genealogical and personal info