It seems like it has been a while since I have written. I checked and it has! I was on the road more in the month of April than I was home, attending three different genealogy conferences:
- Fairfaix Genealogical Society Spring Conference
- New England Regional Genealogy Conference
- Ohio Genealogical Conference
While at all three conferences I met many new people, I also had a chance to spend a significant amount of time talking with many existing GenDetective customers. We spent time looking at version 2.0 of GenDetective and the new features. The feedback was overwhelmingly positive and I received several suggestions for features that are finding their way into the software.
Thank you to all the users who took the time to sit down with me and express an opinion.
In addition to the conferences I have recorded three different presentations. The first was for the Central Bucks (Pa) Aging Task Force. This was a presentation for seniors looking at genealogy and the broader area of family history, photo labeling and recording of oral histories and stories.
On Saturday we recorded the first two presentations on the new version of GenDetective. The first presentation will be available on the internet shortly, Introduction to GenDetective. It is a Power Point presentation, providing background on GenDetective and answering questions about what GenDetective is and is not.
The second presentation “My Family View” is the first in the planned series of videos on GenDetective version 2. I will be presenting two more sessions (and maybe a third) on Saturday May 25th. If you are within driving distance of Bucks County, Pa and would like to attend email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.