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A.J. Jacobs Explains How The World Is Related

UPDATE: Here is the recording from today’s segment at HuffPostLive:

Tune into HuffPostLive – a streaming, on-line news show by The Huffington Post – today at 12:30 pm EDT! The episode is entitled A.J. Jacobs Explains How The World Is Related.

Thomas MacEntee, creator of GeneaBloggers will be a guest along with best-selling author AJ Jacobs, genealogist Jen Baldwin and others . . . we’ll be discussing genealogy and more!

To watch, simply click here and watch on your computer! If you can’t watch the live episode, check back on the HuffPostLive site to watch the recorded segment.

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Get Your “Who Do You Think You Are?” Bingo Card for Tonight’s Premiere

Who Do You Think You Are? Bingo Card While others may be pursuing the WDYTYA Drinking Game, you and the entire family can play along during tonight’s season premiere episode of Who Do You Think You Are? with our new WDYTYA Bingo Card. And don’t forget to tune in to the Cynthia Nixon episode tonight, Wednesday 23 July 2014, at 9:00pm EDT/PDT on TLC. ©2014, copyright Thomas MacEntee. All rights reserved.

Genealogy Blogging Beat – Wednesday 23 July 2014

July 23– Aug 3. Glasgow, Scotland. The First British Empire Games were in Canada in 1930. The Commonwealth Games began with the Fifth British Empire Games in Vancouver, Canada, in 1954. Held every four years, this is the 20th Commonwealth Games. Athletes from nations and territories of the Commonwealth compete in 17 different disciplines
Today is Wednesday 23 July 2014, and here is what’s available in terms of Daily Blogging Prompts and other related events in the genealogy blogosphere:

Items of Note

  • Today: Commonwealth Games, First US Swimming, School Opens – Anniversary, and Gorgeous Grandma Day.

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