Friday, September 14, 2007

The Fifth Part of the Legal Analysis is posted

Today, Craig Manson has posted the fifth part of his legal analysis column. You can read it here.

Thursday, September 13, 2007

Part Four of the Legal Analysis is Posted

Yesterday, Craig Manson posted part four of his legal analysis. You can read the article here.

Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Part Three of the Legal Analysis Posted

Yesterday, Craig Manson posted the third part to his legal analysis of the IBC controversy. You can read the article here.

Tuesday, September 11, 2007

A Day to Remember ...

This is one of the pictures that I took earlier today. Flags were planted in the park of my college's campus and near the clock tower. I realize the quality of this picture is poor, but this is a memorial stone to the victims of September 11. I don't know when this memorial was erected, but it is located in the park on campus. I have posted more of the pictures I took on my daily blog.

Second Part of Legal Series Posted

On Sunday, Craig Manson posted the second part of his legal column. You can read it here.

Monday, September 10, 2007

Poll Results

The poll has officially closed and the results are in. The question was: How far back have you researched your family history?. Twenty-one people responded, and here are the results:

  • Earlier than 1700 - 13 votes
  • Early 1700s - 2 votes
  • Mid 1700s - 1 vote
  • Early 1800s - 3 votes
  • Mid 1800s - 1
  • Early 1900s - 1

I'm quite impressed by the results; many of the respondents reported that they had traced their family history to before 1700. As for me, I've only traced my family history back to the early and mid 1800s, depending upon which branch in my family.

Either way, thank you to all those who participated in this poll.

Sunday, September 9, 2007

First Post over the Legality of Ancestry's Actions is Posted

Yesterday, Craig Manson, of GeneaBlogie, posted the first article in his column over the legality of's actions on the Internet Biographical Collection. You can read the first article here.