Thursday, February 9, 2012

RootsTech 2012 Photos - Exhibitors

Here are more pictures from the RootsTech 2012 Exhibit Hall:

1)  At the WikiTree booth, I found Dallan Quass (of and Chris Whitten (developer of WikiTree) in conversation (these are the two best genealogy wiki developers):

2)  At the WikiTree booth, Chris Whitten (developer) and Elyse Doerflinger (evangelist) wear their beautiful orange WikiTree shirts:

3)  Familysearch had several sides to their exhibit - this is the one for the records:

4)  The brightsolid display was large, and all of the exhibitors wore these beautiful hats:

5)  The MyHeritage booth had a display and several computers to demonstrate their products.  That's Daniel Horowitz talking to two potential customers in the foreground.  The overarching colorful balloons really set this display apart:

6)  The display had a number of computers, and a seating area for lectures:

7)  The Billion Graves display was probably the most unique booth I saw:

8)  That's Cliff Shaw in back of the lady at the Mocavo display:

9)  Family Tree Maker had a portion of the display area, with many computers to help patrons:

10)  One side of the display was a demonstration area.  That's Juliana Smith and Anne Mitchell at the podium.

That's all of the exhibitor pictures I have - I rushed around on Saturday, during a lecture session (which is why the displays are not crowded), to take photographs.

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