Here is a list of events, memes and goings-on in the world of geneablogging and what’s happening in the coming week:
And another one of Lisa’s blogs, A Light That Shines Again, also celebrates its 2nd anniversary on Wednesday, 3 June 2009. Stop by all of Lisa’s blogs and wish her well!
Guess what? Did you know that the Carnival of Genealogy – now in its 73rd Edition – is three years old on Thursday 4 June 2006? Stop by and say thank you to Jasia for all the fine work she does with COG!
And finally, on Saturday 6 June 2009, Granite In My Blood by Midge Frazel celebrates its 3rd anniversary. Even with new grandson Anthony, Midge always has time for some great posts about her ancestors – stop and pay a visit.
Geneabloggers Group on Facebook
We’ve grown to 554 members with the addition of six new people since my last posting! Check out Genea-Bloggers group listing on Facebook. If you know anyone who blogs about their genealogy or family history and you think they might benefit from membership in Geneabloggers please let me know and send me their email info!
Genealogy Blog Carnivals
Entries for the 73rd edition of the Carnival of Genealogy – with the theme of The Good Earth – are due on Monday 1 June 2009. Apple’s Tree will be posting the round-up for this edition.
Data Backup Day
Have you backed up your genealogy research data lately? What are you waiting for, a major data loss disaster to strike? The first day of each month has been designated as Data Backup Day and all genealogists are urged to backup your files.
Weekly Genealogy Blogging Prompt
Check out Weekly Genealogy Blogging Prompt #22: Dish the dirt on your celebrity ancestors. Don’t have a movie star in the tree? Then talk about ancestors famous for other reasons. This is your chance to be an historical gossip columnist!
Remember we have Black Sheep Sunday, Madness Monday, Tombstone Tuesday and Wordless Wednesday as regular ongoing memes! And don’t forget to check out other upcoming events at the new Geneabloggers Calendar. This is the same Google calendar that has been in existence for quite some time. And if you subscribe to the calendar you’ll receive email reminders of events.
copyright 2009, Thomas MacEntee