21 March 2012

Tech Tools for Technologically-Challenged Genealogists

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Chris Staats, on his blog, posted a piece titled New Presentation Idea: Tech Tools for Technologically-Challenged Genealogists.

His post reminds us of all the non-genealogy specific tools we use and increasingly these tools are internet-based or involve some form of newer technology ...

He lists out 10 tools that he uses (Dropbox, Transcription, etc).  For a recent class I taught, I expanded his list to include some tools that I use in the categories for some of what he mentions.  For example, instead of Snagit, I used 5 Clicks for years until my new computer came equipped with a “Snipping Tool” which works well enough.  

What non-genealogical techie tools would you add to the list?

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1 comment:

  1. I use Zotero a great deal although not yet in the share mode, not only for genealogy but all my interests. It can save books, articles and web sites. www.zotero.org

    Susan S. Lukesh