Sunday, April 01, 2007

Digital Genealogist and Liz Kelley Kerstens

Digital Genealogist: is about "Exploring the convergence of genealogy and technology" and comes out in pdf format every two months.

The current issue of Digital Genealogist is March/April 2007, Volume 1, Number 3. Sample articles from the issue can be viewed by clicking on the links below.

Table of Contents


Upgrade your society's image with HTML newsletters, by Dick Eastman
Computer safety--blocking the bad guys, by Jerry V. Porter, Ph.D.
Gazettes--unlocking a major untapped resource, by Alan Phillips offers rare historical findings, by Justin Schroepfer
E-mail on the road, by Debby Horton
Earth bound--applying Google Earth to family history research, by Melinda Kashuba, Ph.D.
Going digital at the cemetery, by Terry R. Tippets


Editor’s desktop, by Liz Kelley Kerstens, cg, cgl News briefs Cybrarian: Is a Vista upgrade in your future?, by Drew Smith, mls Essential technology for genealogists
Transferring files, programs, and everything else to a new computer, by D. Joshua Taylor Mac genie: Is .Mac worth it?, by Laura G. Prescott


Origins Network, by Richard M. Doherty National Institute for Genealogical Studies, by Barbara Schenck

Reviews of this ‘n that

Biographical Index of South Australians 1836-1885, by Graham Jaunay

Digital Genealogist - Google Search

the editor Elizabeth Kelley Kerstens - Google Search- is also a museum director

the Observer & Eccentric Newspapers, Mirror Newspapers and Hometown Weeklies - - Michigan: "When the Plymouth Historical Society's search committee completed interviews of the four finalists for the vacated director's position last week, the choice became obvious -- and soon afterward, unanimous -- as the committee chose the only internal candidate, the museum's archivist, Elizabeth Kelley Kerstens of Plymouth, to lead the museum into the future.

'I felt like I could offer the museum a lot because of my background,' said Kerstens, a retired Marine major. 'We needed somebody who could take hold and give us direction so we could start moving on, healing, working as a team ... and providing the community what we're here to do, tell it about its history."


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