Daily Archives: August 13, 2020

Genetic Affairs Instructions and Resources — DNAeXplained – Genetic Genealogy

I’ve created this summary article that includes links to the various step-by-step instructional articles I’ve published about Genetic Affairs, a wonderful DNA analysis tool. I’ll add more articles as they are published. Genetic Affairs is a third-party tool created by … Continue reading

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Caldwell Heritage Museum, Lenoir – North Carolina Thursdays August 13, 2020

For this week’s North Carolina Thursdays post, I chose to look around Lenoir, Caldwell County. There were some locations that sounded interesting. I went with Caldwell Heritage Museum – https://www.triphobo.com/places/lenoir-united-states/caldwell-historical-museum. I thought it was a good choice for this week’s … Continue reading

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Kindle Direct Publishing Explained: Is KDP Worth It in 2020? – YouTube Video Self-Publish with Dale

I saw this on YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o0hnGB1B-qg Direct link: Kindle Direct Publishing Explained: Is KDP Worth It in 2020? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o0hnGB1B-qg (about 15:50 minutes long) At the end of the video, he includes the link to a free DIY Publishing for Beginners … Continue reading

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AMC Theaters Planning Opening Day 15 Cent Price for August 20, 2020

I saw this in the local news a bit earlier today. There’s one AMC theater in Wichita. It’s opening August 20th and is participating in the 15 cent pricing for August 20th. They are re-opening 100 theaters on this day. … Continue reading

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Red Herring Games: Navigating a Business During a Pandemic — Discover

How having a WordPress site helped this business survive the challenge of COVID-19. via Red Herring Games: Navigating a Business During a Pandemic — Discover. Something to consider if you run a business. I know subscription options have become popular with … Continue reading

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International Left Handers Day August 13, 2020

I have a brother who is left-handed. While I am mostly right-handed, there are some things I do better with my left-hand; these days my handwriting is often better using my left hand than my right hand. Here’s a https://nationaldaycalendar.com/august-13-2020-international-left-handers-day-national-prosecco-day-national-filet-mignon-day/. … Continue reading

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Why I Chose to Highlight Mountain View Cemetery, Altadena, California – August 13, 2020

I chose Mountain View Cemetery as a Tombstone Tuesdays post back in mid-May Mountain View Cemetery and Mausoleum, Altadena, California – Tombstone Tuesdays May 19, 2020. I didn’t go into details as to why I chose the cemetery when I … Continue reading

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Whataburger is coming to Kansas! But where….. | Wichita By E.B.

My favorite national burger chain, Whataburger, is celebrating their 70th Anniversary. They recently put out a press release talking about expansion and something in there was worth noting for everybody here in Wichita. See below: And much of our work … Continue reading

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Self Publishing on Amazon Pros and Cons – YouTube Video Self-Publish with Dale

I saw this on YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9IRrNp6DUz4 Direct link: Self Publishing on Amazon Pros and Cons – Self-Publishing with Dale: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9IRrNp6DUz4  (around 13:55 minutes long) For those thinking of getting published. He has 480 videos, but I will highlight around … Continue reading

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Update to AncestryDNA communities: Vinnie has views — Anne’s Family History

In 2016 my husband Greg and I, hoping to learn more about our family history, had our DNA analysed by AncestryDNA. All living things are related; you and I are related to bananas, earthworms, and the fish, your cousin, whom … Continue reading

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