Too Many Tabs Tuesday

The tools and tabs listed here may not be new to you, but they are new to me, or I’ve forgotten them and found them again, lol.)

This post and the many posts I hope to write will be dedicated to all the blogs and tools I’d like to keep for myself, but perhaps they would also be helpful to you. Some weeks the list may be short, and some may be long. It’s my way of cleaning up all the tabs I open, thinking I will return, only to find myself with too many open tabs. At today’s writing, I have sixty-one (yikes, that’s a record), but I won’t write about them all as some are multiple tabs open on Ancestry and MyHeritage.

I hope you find this week’s list helpful. Why not post in the comments how many tabs you have open today?

  1. GSI: Genealogy Solved It – my friends Diahan Southard and Nathan Goodwin are having a virtual event of the Sawtooth Slayer – DNA Murder Mystery. I attended the live event in Salt Lake just before RootsTech, and it was great. You have two dates to choose from August 18 or 19th.
  2. Legacy Family Tree Webinars – I had this one open because I had put out a blurb about the 2000th Webinar event that’s coming up this Friday, July 14th. Be sure to check out the other upcoming webinars, as they are FREE on the day they are presented and for one week after. But if you check, quite a few are FREE all the time.
  3. Four Types of Group Projects You Should Join – this article discusses projects you should join and why at Family Tree DNA.
  4. Free BMD – In case you haven’t heard, the GRO in the UK now offers digital copies of Birth, Marriage, and Death records for £2.50, which is wonderful, so I was searching for a few. I know you can also search on the GRO site, but I’ve been using FREE BMD for ages, and at the GRO you can only search for birth and death records.
  5. Vimeo is open, but I’m watching the recordings from the I4GG Conference 2023 held in San Diego. I attended virtually, but I had to miss a few sessions, so I’m catching up. You can purchase the videos still, so if you are interested in genetic genealogy, they are worth the cost. In fact, they sell all the previous events.
  6. – I’ve been working a lot on my DNA matches, and I’ve noticed that when you are working on the DNA for an older person, it affects the Leeds Method. I thought I recalled Dana mentioning that at i4gg, so that’s why I was looking at those videos, and I was looking at Dana’s site to see if she’d written about the subject.
  7. Photos on a rock video. Yes, I was watching a video about putting a photo on a rock. Stay tuned for an upcoming blog.
  8. DNA Painter – I have this site open almost all the time. This week I was reading one of the blogs about Reconstructing Granny’s DNA and the new Living DNA Chromosome Browser.

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You can always catch up on my past posts on the Too Many Tabs Tuesday Archive page.

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