Sunday, October 21, 2007

News from the Genealogy Blogging World

Here's some news that's been making its rounds in the genealogy blogging world lately:

  • Georgia's state death index from 1919 - 1927 is now available online with links to digital images of original death certificates. Details are here.
  • The parent company that owns, The Generations Network, has been acquired by Spectrum Equity Investors. Details are here, and a current list of commentary and interviews of CEO Tim Sullivan are here.
  • "Halloween and the Supernatural" was the theme of the 34th edition of the Carnival of Genealogy, which was hosted by Jasia at Creative Gene. Click on the link to read your free online "magazine" of great genealogy-related "articles" written by 19 bloggers! (I forgot to write about the 33rd Carnival edition when it came out. Its topic was "Weddings," and was published October 4th.)
  • Craig Manson, a genea-blogging law professor, has published a new series of law lessons entitled "Defamation and Privacy Issues in Genealogy" on his blog, GeneaBlogie. The first post is here. Craig's last series on the law regarding genealogy was about whether violated copyright law with its Internet Biographical Database (part one of that series is here).

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