If there’s not enough talking going on around you already, you can have a alarm clock that talks. Talking Alarm Clock. If you need a computer alarm clock, it doesn’t get better than this one. Animated talking characters optional.
It’ll do just about everything except vacuum your house for you. It’s big so if you’ve been losing your eyesight looking at census records, and I know that’s not funny, this is for you.
If Legacy Family Tree has an alarm clock, time must have something to do with genealogy. Ah dunno, like going to bed once in awhile, remembering to feed the kids, that sort of thing. Compatible with Windows® versions 98, ME, 2000, XP, W7. Read the fine print.
If you run the installation straight from the website rather than saving the file to your desktop first it’s easier as it will bring everything you need so you don’t have to sidetrack over to Microsoft for some extra bits. It’s free.
In the meantime, I hesitate to say the word ‘wiki’ again but it’s been consuming every minute I can steal. Am I over here all by myself having the most fun ever? No matter what else I could say from here on out, JLiki is as good as it’s going to get. I have nothing that could possibly top that. It’s the most interesting and satisfying thing I’ve ever done with my family history.
I’ve been chipping away at mine for two months now. This is better than sliced bread, better than swiss cheese, better than ice-cream in the summertime. You may not recognize it yet but my predication is that this is going to catch on and genealogy publishing by wiki is going to be all the rage someday. And then you’ll all say, Oh, remember that JL way back when …