>The APG listers have been discussing, “How to cite Facebook, Twitter and Genealogy Wiki’s”. This could apply to those Twitters who have been posting to the #genealogy #surnames hashtags in the Twitter groups, Family History and Brickwalls…provided that they actually find helpful information, of course! Citing source information is important. You can read more information about how to cite your electronic genealogy sources on Cyndi’s List: http://www.cyndislist.com/citing.htm There is a heading exclusively for citation of electronic resources that you will find helpful.
The Ancestry Insider was an interesting read today with its post on, “Death of Ancestry.com’s living person database”. Read which “dead live people finder websites” were acquired. There is this little notice at the bottom of The Ancestry Insider blog that you should note: The Ancestry Insider Blog Notice: The Ancestry Insider is independent of Ancestry.com and FamilySearch.org. The opinions expressed herein are his own. Trademarks used herein are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners. The Ancestry Insider is solely responsible for any silly, comical, or satirical trademark parodies presented as such herein. The name Ancestry Insider designates the author’s status as an insider among those searching their ancestry and does not refer to Ancestry.com. All content is copyrighted unless designated otherwise.