FamilySearch is offering a free Webinar on doing South Africa research.
Google Forms is finally offering themes. About time.
Google Enterprise has changed its name to Google for Work.
Have you shopped at Home Depot lately? You may want to keep an eye on your credit card.
Reddit has launched an AMA app.
YouTube creators can now get “tips” from fans.
Interesting: Tocomail gives parents controls for a teen’s GMail account.
About.com is getting a redesign. Remember when it was called The Mining Company?
Catching up … the Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names has been released as linked open data. “The Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names is a resource of over 2,000,000 names of current and historical places, including cities, archaeological sites, nations, and physical features. It focuses mainly on places relevant to art, architecture, archaeology, art conservation, and related fields.”
From the Washington Post: three ways to step up your own cloud security. And the reason Amazon still doesn’t offer two-factor is…. ?
FamilySearch: now with another heapin’ helpin’ of records. “Notable collection updates include the 1,703,079 indexed records from the Jamaica, Civil Registration, 1880–1999, collection; the 2,522,767 indexed records and images from the United States, GenealogyBank Obituaries, 1980–2014, collection; and the 852,481 indexed records from U.S., New York, Passenger Lists, 1820–1891, collection. ”
NARA is going to host its second virtual genealogy fair at the end of October.
Bing Maps: now with much more South Korea data.
Sigh: Hackers are using Google’s VirusTotal to test their attacks. This is why we can’t have nice things. Good morning, Internet…
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