Now that the Opening Ceremonies have been conducted, it is time to get serious about competition in the Geneabloggers 2010 Winter Games! It is a lot of fun to see other bloggers getting excited about these games and advancing their genealogy and blogging in various ways.
My progress so far has been encouraging. Today I scanned [...]
It has been a good day in the Geneablogger Winter Games. I’ve seen many other geneathletes competing all over the Internet. The level of competition has been very high, and there are already many geneabloggers winning medals.
Here is my summary for today:
Event 2: Back up your data – Being a software engineer, I couldn’t just [...]
I am excited to announce that I have signed up for the Winter 2010 Geneablogger Games!
For these games, I have created the following flag, representing my American, Hungarian and Irish roots:
My flag, representing my American, Hungarian, and Irish roots.
I will be competing in the following categories:
2. Back up your data: I will be posting [...]
"Inuk" – the ancient man of Siberian ancestry found in Greenland
Researchers from the University of Copenhagen have sequenced the DNA from a sample of hair found frozen on the Western Coast of Greenland. They determined that the hair came from a man of Siberian descent.
This shed some new light on some of the [...]
This is the second part in a series of posts about my beginnings as a genealogist. You can read the first part here
After the initial thrill of finding some of my family tree posted online by a cousin of mine, I wanted to learn a little more. The tree I had found included ancestors on [...]
There’s good news for folks researching their Hungarian roots. A new website has been launched by Nick over at Nick Gombsh’s Genealogy Blog. The site is called Hungary Exchange, and there are some interesting feature on the site like the Hungarian Marriage project, a Hungarian genealogy forum and a surname database, which will help you [...]