Daily Archives: August 6, 2019

Now Even Funerals Are Livestreamed—and Families Are Grateful – Wired July 30, 2019

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From what I saw and read, it’s definitely a Don’t Do This At Home warning. Note – they built it before putting it in the pool. It looks like they used untreated wood which is not something you want to … Continue reading

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Kansas Barbed Wired Museum, La Crosse – Kansas Tuesdays August 6, 2019

In checking out Roadside America today for Kansas Tuesdays potential posts, I came across the Kansas Barbed Wire  Museum, La Crosse – https://www.roadsideamerica.com/tip/490. In addition, last week I was talking to a friend who mentioned the museum as being more … Continue reading

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How Ancestry.com’s Find A Grave Encourages Bad Actors and Bad Data – Medium/OneZero – Tombstones Tuesdays August 6, 2019

I chose this article by Katie Reid as this week’s Tombstone Tuesdays post. I saw this recently on OneZero/Medium – https://onezero.medium.com/the-digital-undertakers-inside-the-obsessive-community-racing-to-put-the-dead-online-f3199147e968 and I think it makes some great points in relation to my re-blog of Judy G. Russell’s A modest proposal … Continue reading

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Battle of Bardia — Footprints of Italian Prisoners of War in Australia

Bardia had been taken. The Italians lost 40,000 men (killed, wounded and captured), 400 guns, 13 medium tanks, 115 light tanks and 706 trucks. Battle of Bardia 3rd to 5th January 1941 Questions often asked on the topic of Italian … Continue reading

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23andMe Explores Dietary Habit and Health Outcomes – August 6, 2019

I saw this on 23andMe – 23andMe Explores Dietary Habit and Health Outcomes: https://blog.23andme.com/23andme-research/23andme-explores-dietary-habit-and-health-outcomes/. You are what you eat, is the old adage, but what does your diet actually say about you? –snip– 23andMe has a unique opportunity to explore … Continue reading

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The New Bundle of Holding August 6, 2019

The Newest Bundle of Holding August 6, 2019 – Darkfast Dungeons. Adding to https://upsdownsfamilyhistory.wordpress.com/2019/07/28/gaming-sunday-july-28-2019. I saw this a few days ago, but my favorite Internet cafe blocks many gaming sites, including Bundle of Holding, and my first alternate Internet access … Continue reading

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New Records on FamilySearch from July 2019

I saw this earlier this evening on FamilySearch – New Records on FamilySearch from July 2019: https://www.familysearch.org/blog/en/new-records-july-2019/. FamilySearch expanded its free online archives in July of 2019 with over 7 million new indexed family history records from all over the … Continue reading

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Native American Sleep Music: canyon flute & nocturnal canyon sounds, sleep meditation – YouTube Video (Over 9 Hours Long!)

If you are having trouble getting to sleep, here’s something that may help – Native American Sleep Music: canyon flute & nocturnal canyon sounds, sleep meditation – YouTube Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dr2VyUvzrwI (about 9:09:09 hours long).

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A modest proposal — The Legal Genealogist

A 90-day moratorium at Find A Grave It happens over and over and over. A grieving family struggles to cope with a loved one’s death. There are so many arrangements to make, so many people to be notified, so many … Continue reading

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