In this post I'll introduce you to one of my most important, can't live without it, tech tool: Asana. It's project management software that is robust enough to run large companies but customizable enough for starting small. And it's free.
A case study for finding people on the General Register of Chinese Immigration 1885-1949
Here is the post I wish I'd read 20 years ago: How to find a Chinese surname if you only know your name in English
Want to start a photo scanning project but not sure where to begin?
I invite you on a virtual tour of my scanning setup, refined after 6 years and 35K images
This is a story about a wild idea that led to a whole summer of genealogical discovery, meeting new people, and publishing my first magazine article. The idea behind "Genealogy - a Detective Story" Have you ever wondered what you could do with a brand new tree and a few clues to get you started?… Continue reading The story behind the story “Genealogy – a Detective Story”
How to get the most out of city directories, featuring Henderson's Directories and Evernote.
My 6 blog posts about the whys and hows of organizing docs for genealogy, featuring Evernote
In this post, I discuss 3 scenarios for genealogists: paper only, e-files and paper, and electronic document management
6 factors to judge your organizational process for genealogy - how sexy is that?