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> “For those who subscribe to DG, I hope you enjoy the article and encourage you to share it with family and friends.”
How about you share it with us, your readers?
I am curious to know what your genealogy turn to this story is.
> “If you don’t subscribe, check out the current issue, read the free articles and then consider ordering a subscription”
Thanks, but no thanks.
The first issues is a free sample issue. It got a lot of press back then, so I checked it out, and it was obviously catering to genealogy beginners only. There is little technology stuff, and what’s there is at grade school level at best. As an educated adult, I want something more substantial for my hard earned money.
Only because you asked, I check the latest free article. I am sorry to say the mag has not improved since then.
Summary of the latest sample article: There are blogs. Some are about genealogy. You can subscribe to blogs using Google Reader.
Come one, is that even an article? It does not make me THINK about GENEALOGY.
> “As a surprising twist, The Last Lecture article will also be published in the next issue of another magazine. ”
Give us a hint? Please?