Wednesday, May 2, 2007

Future of Internet Genealogy, and Google the Topics on 3 May

As we approach the end of our first season on Family Roots Radio, we've got a great show with significant topics to share. With Paul Allen as our guest, what better topic to discuss than the future of Internet genealogy. It's hard to believe how far we've come in the past decade or so, but just wait till you hear what's coming in the future. You'll enjoy sharing Paul's vision for what we'll all be able to do, in the not too distant future.

Of course, as they've already proven, Google is a major part of the future of the Internet. They are already a major tool for genealogists, so we'll explore the topic of "Googling Your Genealogy." With such a powerful search engine, it's surprising how much more it can do than we expect. Indeed, we'll even introduce you to Google's "custom search engine" function through which you can create a search engine for all your favorite pages. We'll even demo the concept with our Genealogy Sleuth Search Engine. Powerful things are happening in the future, and with Google. You won't to miss this.

Then, of course, there's our professional tip of the week, as well as the software tip. Don't forget about our free data site of the week as well. It'll be another jammed packed show. Tune in!

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