Online site for storing family trees
I began playing around with a new online site– Geni.com. Oh the irony. This, after the Ancestry.com scraping you-know-what hit the fan. I’d been thinking about this step last week, though, while I read my letters in the attic– I want to know how old everyone is at the time the letter was written. Geni.com begins dead simple. Start filling out information. A look at their Terms of Service emphasizes privacy, privacy, privacy. From what I’ve seen thus far, they get it. (Note: I met people from Geni.com at the Genealogy Jamboree; they gave me the coolest swag ever– a pen that lights up)
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