Sunday, November 9, 2008

Best of the Genea-Blogs - will be back next week

Due to my vacation and laziness since we've been home, the regular Sunday feature "Best of the Genea-blogs" won't be published today. It will have to wait until next Sunday. I'm sorry, but I didn't note blog posts while I was on vacation (mainly because I had to read about 600 of them in one day) and then was caught up in the confusion of coming home and getting up to speed. The ones I did note in passing (mainly because I seem to remember seeing them) include:

Jasia has published the 59th Edition of the Carnival of Genealogy on her Creative Gene blog - the topic was Politics and Our Ancestors.

The Ancestry Insider has had a series of articles about visiting the National Archives in Washington DC and an article about the Ancestry vs. USGenWeb squabble and the resulting problems created.

Terry Thornton has been chasing posts from about 40 Graveyard Rabbits on his The Graveyard Rabbit blog.

footnoteMaven has posted several more of her weekly Friday from the Collectors articles on her Shades of the Departed blog from guest authors - November 7 was about Vintage Cameras - Time Machines by Rebecca Fenning from the web site Sense of Face.

I miss Leland Meitzler's Everton Publisher's Genealogy Blog, which has been missing for over two months now, and I miss DearMYRTLE's Genealogy Blog posts too (I think she moved...).

On the other hand, many of my genea-blogging colleagues have been busy writing and posting, and I have neglected to write them down. Note: I have to write them down - I have over 350 blogs on my Bloglines list - too many to check each week one-at-a-time..

The Best of the Genea-Blogs will return next Sunday - I promise!

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