Technology, Word of Mouth Help Genealogy Hit the Mainstream
WASHINGTON — Two providers of family history resources recently made a
groundbreaking deal that will streamline global access to genealogical
Ancestry.com, a commercial entity, and FamilySearch.org, a non-profit
group, plan to put about 1 billion historical records online. The records
will include birth, marriage, death and immigration certificates once not
obtainable on the Internet.
The deal between these two organizations, both heavyweights in the
genealogy business, exemplifies the growing efforts to meet the hunger of
people longing to research their family trees.
See if people are clicking on this link: http://bit.ly/16PwSMU+
Try the bitly.com sidebar to see who is talking about a page on the web:
Peter Kurilecz CRM CA IGP
[log in to unmask]
Save our in-boxes! http://emailcharter.org
Information not relevant for my reply has been deleted to reduce the
electronic footprint and to save the sanity of digest subscribers
List archives at http://lists.ufl.edu/archives/recmgmt-l.html
Contact [log in to unmask] for assistance
To unsubscribe from this list, click the below link. If not already present, place UNSUBSCRIBE RECMGMT-L or UNSUB RECMGMT-L in the body of the message.
mailto:[log in to unmask]