RootsTech-Day 1


I’ve spent the morning monitoring Rootstech from home.  Despite being rather jealous of all those able to attend, I’m grateful to able to check in as my schedule permits.  The opening Keynote addresses this morning were really good.  It was great to hear about a tech vision from HP and also from the head of FamilySearch.

I think what I’ve enjoyed even more than the online keynote has been following the twitter feed of everyone in attendance (and other ‘At Home Attendees’, as we were dubbed this morning).  One great tip I picked up off twitter this morning was http://familytech.familysearch.org/.  It looks like there are a number of good posts here and I’m really looking forward to reading through them.

For now, there’s work to get done at home.  I’m hoping to clear the schedule for the afternoon session livestreamed at rootstech.familysearch.org.

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Im a husband, father of 4, amateur genealogist, technophile, attorney, gardener, and boy scout leader. I've taught several free courses for beginners on family history. I enjoy connecting with other genealogists & helping people discover their ancestors.
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One Response to RootsTech-Day 1

  1. @recordswiki says:

    Even though I’m in Salt Lake City, I’m also loving the updates via Twitter and #RootsTech. In fact, that’s how I found this post! ;)

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