Other than that, I so appreciate them taking the time to gather the information and publish it for me so I don’t have to spend all my free time searching out new information on websites, conferences, etc.
I read the blogs in OUTLOOK before work every morning and then listen to the podcasts in my car on the way to work. That way I have some me time every day before I go to work and sometimes in the afternoon when I get home.
Our growing gen-blogging community offers so many resources, that it's hard to
choose only 10.
Thank you for the listing on your top 10. I appreciate it.
I do feel that you should separate blogs from podcasts – and I would add videocasts to the podcasts so you can get more than 10. If you did that, you could list more blogs.
I agree with the blogs you listed – and would add Creative Gene, Hill Country of Monroe County, Mississippi, Geneablogie, Desktop Genealogist, Transylvania Dutch, Kinexxions, Ancestories, Family Matters, Steve Danko, Footnote Maven, Ancestry Insider, Destination:Austin Family, and many more. I really can’t pick just 10!
I enjoy and appreciate your blog too! — Randy]]>