Life Advice From Old People. Actor/writer Seth Menachem records and posts short video interviews with older people he meets, from his neighbors to famous folk like actor Jon Voight. Each offers special advice from their own life experiences. Thanks to Josh Fleming for finding this for me.
Search 500 Genealogy Blogs. If regular search engines aren’t quite cutting it for you, you can specifically search nearly 500 genealogy-related blogs at this site. While you’re there, click on the “suggest a geneaology link” button and suggest they add this blog to their list.
The Internet Archive. This nonprofit site, started in 1996, “was founded to build an Internet library, with the purpose of offering permanent access for researchers, historians, and scholars to historical collections that exist in digital format.” It’s remarkable in its breadth and depth.
Heir Hunters. This BBC One program (similar to America’s The History Detectives) is available for viewing on your computer.
A Tombstone Tells the Story. To learn how Ellen Notbohm “went to North Dakota looking for ancestors and came home with a police escort,” you’ll just have to read this interesting story yourself.
Larry Lehmer is a professional personal historian who helps people preserve their family histories. To learn more, visit his web site, send him an e-mail or follow him on Twitter.
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