Following on from yesterday’s introduction to mind mapping a Genealogy Research Toolbox, you’ll need two things for this project; free mind mapping software – FreeMind (or FreePlane) and a free Dropbox account. … [continued]
So are you done taking an inventory of your genealogy files? Seriously. All of them.
Writing about it has helped to focus me in getting to the parts that were/are stuck. As I’ve made changes I’ve also changed my post about taking inventory so if you’re trying to follow that exactly, and I’m sure you’re not, it’s been updated several times. … [continued]
As I read through other genealogy blogs, I often come across talk of disorganization, ideas and plans for organization and wishes for family members who will care about it after we’re gone. … [continued]
“You have to prioritize. It’s all a matter of priorities.” How many times have we heard that?
Simple yet profound. … [continued]
Someone is finally building it. My dream utility. A way to add sticky notes directly to files. Any kind of files, email, even web pages. … [continued]
Folder Marker Free, all you organization-crazed genealogists!
No backup option in the free version but fun in the meantime. After installation, ignore the screen for the ‘updated version’.
Compatible with: Windows 98, Me, NT, 2000, XP, 2003, Vista or Windows 7. x32 or x64 editions
While I wait for my new system I have time to consider my computer essentials. … [continued]