Citing a Tweet

The Modern Language Association has debated and published “How to Cite a Tweet.” The moment I read their example, the first thought I had was “in 50 years will someone have a clue what ‘Tweet’ means?” I giggled a bit at the citation example: Athar, Sohaib (ReallyVirtual). “Helicopter hovering above Abbottabad at 1AM (is a […]

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Some websites and blogs you might want to check

Ohio Historical Society Blog  http://ohiohistory.wordpress.com/  [If you encounter a problem with this live link, please type the URL directly rather than using the live link.]  ResearchBuzz  http://www.researchbuzz.org/wp/  Be sure to click on the older entries link at the bottom of the page.  Blog of the Archivist of the United States  http://blogs.archives.gov/aotus/ California Genealogical Society Blog  […]

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DearMyrtle debuts a new blog

I hope you readers know about DearMyrtle and her genealogical activities. This lady has energy. She has begun a new blog and this is what she had to say about her new venture: “Well, after much anticipation and behind-the-scenes effort, Ol’ Myrt here is pleased to announce the birth of a BRAND NEW Genea-Blog namely […]

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Page 161, 6th Sentence

For some time now, bloggers with a connection to genealogy have been “tagging” each other. This is tagging as in tag, you’re it! Challenges are made, information is requested, and so on. Some is very serious, other tags are just interesting and some are humorous. Randy Seaver issued a tag to me yesterday, November 17th […]

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