Daily Archives: December 12, 2019

Exploring Pittsboro, YouTube Video – North Carolina Thursdays December 12, 2019

I decided to go a different route with this week’s North Carolina Thursdays post. I found this YouTube video about Exploring Pittsboro (Chatham County), North Carolina: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nhTzzScOFVI (around 14:30 minutes long). Past North Carolina Thursdays posts: https://upsdownsfamilyhistory.wordpress.com/tag/north-carolina-thursdays/ Post #2,750  

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New Records on FamilySearch from November 2019: 11 December 2019

I saw this today on FamilySearch – New Records on FamilySearch from November 2019: https://www.familysearch.org/blog/en/record-collection-november-2019/ December 11, 2019  – by  Laurie Bradshaw FamilySearch expanded its free online archives in November of 2019 with nearly 19 million new indexed family history records … Continue reading

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9 New Reports Added to MyHeritage Health – MyHeritage December 9, 2019

I saw this a few days ago on MyHeritage – 9 New Reports Added to MyHeritage Health – MyHeritage December 9, 2019: https://blog.myheritage.com/2019/12/9-new-reports-added-to-myheritage-health/.  by Esther December 9, 2019 Health We are delighted to announce a major addition to the MyHeritage … Continue reading

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Vlog: The worst lesson I learned from pain — Brainless Blogger

I don’t really do videos. I get … nervous. More of a word person than a verbal person. Nevertheless, I thought I would wing it because if I do maybe I will improve slowly as I go along. You never … Continue reading

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Current News – Japanese Librarian — Pacific Paratrooper

TOKYO — Thousands of newspapers dating back to 1945, countless clippings of old stories and half a million priceless photographs fill a room that Norio Muroi has tended for the past 42 years. Stars and Stripes’ library in Tokyo preserves … Continue reading

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Update to MyHeritageDNA Free Transfer – December 12, 2019

I posted about This Week Only (Ends December 18, 2019): DNA Uploads Are Completely Free Forever (Including All Advanced DNA Features!) – MyHeritage December 11, 2019 yesterday. Thought I would give some clarification as I had previously uploaded raw data … Continue reading

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George Mully: moments in Indigenous communities — Library and Archives Canada Blog (With Challenge)

By Annabelle Schattmann George Mully (1926–1999) was an American playwright and documentary film director. He began as a playwright, working on off-Broadway shows, travelling productions, and operas in the United States and Europe. Mully had various roles, including stagehand, stage … Continue reading

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A Letter to My Dog — Melting Pages

Today’s post is really different from what I would normally talk about, because today is a special day! Today is Finley’s gotcha-day, which (for those of you who don’t know) is the day that you adopt your pet. I don’t … Continue reading

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What Is the Best Time to Publish a Blog Post? [UPDATED] — Blog Tyrant

Is there a best time to post a blog? In this post, we examine the data so you’ll know the best time to publish a blog post for maximum traffic and shares. The post What Is the Best Time to … Continue reading

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The Best & Worst of Batgirl – YouTube Video

I saw this recently on YouTube – The Best & Worst of Batgirl – YouTube Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aDXjjmXgX-g (around 14:15 minutes long). Having watched the Batman series on a Black and White TV, I didn’t realize that Batgirl‘s outfit was a … Continue reading

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