Quick Links, 11.29.11

Just one more day for Canadians to tell a team of Carleton University researchers why the heck they do genealogy.

Planning to have a very Kindle holiday? There’s a surprise fringe benefit for family historians. Check out Denise Barret Olson’s explanation of the Kindle’s Personal Document Service.

I love a good matrilineal success story.

Those wacky interns! You never know what they’ll get up to next. In Brooklyn, they’ve put together a fun, nostalgic exhibit that opens tomorrow: Brooklyn Then and Now.

Been kind of wondering this myself, lately: When does being plugged in become problematic?

When I saw the headline “Fantasy Genealogy,” I thought it was something like fantasy football. How cool is that? But it’s actually about how silly that ancestry-back-to-Adam stuff can be.

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