Saturday, December 31, 2011
Top 10 Roots & Rambles Posts of 2011
10. Where I Get My Information
This post explains how I keep up with information on the genealogical community.
9. The Reality of Genealogical Education and Skills
A look at the varied state of education amongst genealogists.
8. Data Overload: How to Create a Better System?
A plea for help about my data overload.
7. The Nathan Brown Case Continued
The introductory post to more information following my "Brick Walls: Cracking the Case of Nathan Brown's Parents" webinar that aired on Legacy Family Tree on November 2, 2011.
6. Is it a Bad Time to Become a Professional Genealogist?
A discussion of whether now is the right time. The bulk of the discussion is in the comments.
5. And So She Risks Everything By Being Completely Honest
The post where I bare my Achilles heel.This post ranked #2 in terms of comments with 47 people replying.
4. Nathan Brown: How Exactly Did I Find Nathan's Parents?
The nitty gritty details of exactly how I initially found Nathan Brown's parents.
3. My Genealogy Software Upheaval
Who knew that everyone wants to talk about software?! This post ranked #1 in terms of comments. A total of 52 people replied.
2. The Top 3 Changes in Genealogy
An overview of the major changes in genealogy in the last few years.
1. Top Chef Genealogist: Megan Smolenyak
An interview with Megan Smolenyak about her genealogy research for the television cooking show Top Chef.
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