Daily Archives: March 9, 2020

Expert: It would take hundreds of years to digitize records at Seattle National Archives – MyNorthwest February 26, 2020

I saw this recently – Expert: It would take hundreds of years to digitize records at Seattle National Archives – MyNorthwest February 26, 2020: https://mynorthwest.com/1736786/seattle-national-archives-records-digitization/. By Feliks Banel February 26, 2020 at 4:45 pm   When officials from the Washington, … Continue reading

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#SubjectA36 Sequel, Critique Groups, and Discerning Eaters — Books and Such

Now that Subject A36 has been released, it’s time to focus on the sequel. I attempted NaNo (and epically failed), but knew I wouldn’t win this time. My goal was to check in with my characters and hear their thoughts … Continue reading

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Mississippi Music Museum, Hazlehurst – Mississippi Mondays March 9, 2020

This week’s Mississippi Mondays post is Mississippi Music Museum, Hazlehurst (Copiah County): https://web.archive.org/web/20180101000000*/http://www.msmusic.org/mississippi-music-museum.html. This is one of several music museums in Mississippi. It’s in the same building as the Train Depot Museum. I checked both when doing my research as … Continue reading

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HOW TO START A YOUTUBE CHANNEL! – YouTube Video Isabelle Weall

I saw this a few days ago on YouTube – HOW TO START A YOUTUBE CHANNEL! – YouTube Video Isabelle Weall: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_O588mbbVo4 (around 11:13 minutes long). She makes some great points and I think many of them apply to bloggers … Continue reading

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New: Download a Comparison of Your Original and Colorized Photos – MyHeritage March 9, 2020 – MyHeritage March 9, 2020

I saw this on MyHeritage – New: Download a Comparison of Your Original and Colorized Photos – MyHeritage March 9, 2020: https://blog.myheritage.com/2020/03/new-download-a-comparison-of-your-original-and-colorized-photos/. MyHeritage now has over 2 million colorized photos which is  an impressive number for the length of time … Continue reading

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Three Easy Things to Help Your Potential Readers Out – March 9, 2020

Many bloggers already do one or more of these easy things, but many bloggers don’t. Make it easy to find past blog posts by adding an Archive to your blog. For example, my site, https://upsdownsfamilyhistory.wordpress.com/. uses a drop-down menu bar … Continue reading

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Escaping to the Conch Republic — Dundee Girl’s Blog

The Welcome to the Conch Republic sign will be one of the first things you see as you walk across the tarmac to the small terminal. You immediately feel like you are truly in the islands – when driving from … Continue reading

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Are There Rules for Writing Books? Part II – March 9, 2020

In a way, this is a follow-up to the last post, Are There Rules for Writing Books? Part I – March 8, 2020, as it covers genre and sub-genre again. In addition to the above post where genre and sub … Continue reading

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It’s Almost Time for the 2020 Census — North Carolina Collection

The United States has collected census information every decade since 1790. Therefore, the census is called decennial, meaning recurring every ten years or lasting every ten years. You may also read or hear the word enumerate, which means to establish … Continue reading

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REALLY WEIRD HISTORY: The Emperor of the United States – YouTube Video AustinMcConnell

I found this video on YouTube last night – REALLY WEIRD HISTORY: The Emperor of the United States: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_gRXErWolmM (about 13:18 minutes long). One of the advantages pre-Internet of owning several encyclopedias that had additional information in the back for … Continue reading

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