And The Winner Is

The total value of the prize is $159.53 US And the winner is Rose H. I will be notifying Rose of her win. Thank you to all who entered. Subscribe … Continue Reading →

The Countdown To RootsTech 2024

My trip to RootsTech starts in less than a week, and I haven’t packed, but I’ve done a few things you might like to do to plan your trip or … Continue Reading →

It’s Back – The Family History Hound Ninja RootsTech Giveaway

The Family History Hound ninja is back for RootsTech 2024. The Family History Hound is doing her best ninja impression in the RootsTech Expo Hall and looking for a prize. … Continue Reading →

Let’s Try Some Artificial Intelligence On My Genealogy

Note that I have tried to show ChatGPT’s written results so that they appear separate from my own. I’ve done this by either putting it in bold or if I … Continue Reading →

Using Artificial Intelligence (AI) For Genealogy (Part Three)

Created using DALL·E with the prompt “make a picture of a lady genealogist looking at her family tree.” A few weeks ago, I was exploring some of the uses I’ve … Continue Reading →

Genealogy & DNA News

I was going to write another post about artificial intelligence this week, but there was too much news that I decided to postpone the AI post until next week. (If … Continue Reading →

DNA and Genealogy In February

This graphic was created using Cosmic Dream on ChatGPT using the prompt “DNA and Genealogy,” then I added my own text. February is a busy month, especially if some of … Continue Reading →

Using Artificial Intelligence (AI) For Genealogy (Part Two)

This image was created using the prompt “Can you create an image of a genealogist looking at their family tree” on Cosmic Dream Last week, I posted the first blog … Continue Reading →

Using Artificial Intelligence (AI) For Genealogy (Part One)

The above photo was created using DALL·E, giving the prompt to “create an image that represents genealogy and AI.” About a year ago, I learned about the site ChatGPT. I … Continue Reading →

Best Genealogy Find of 2023

One of my best genealogy finds this year wasn’t a find, but it was one-on-one with genetic genealogist Michelle Leonard (She not only has her own site but also works … Continue Reading →