RootsTech 2013 – Thursday, part 2

These are some of the other sessions that I saw at the 2013 RootsTech conference on Thursday, 21 March The first three I watch online after I got home and the last 3 I attended in person. “Tell It Again” by Kim Weitkamp who was also how telling stories of your family is a necessary …

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Rootstech 2013 – Thursday; part 1

The opening keynote session was packed. It looked as if everyone that had registered (6,700+) showed up. There were 3 featured speakers. The first was Dennis Brimhall who is the President of FamilySearch. He has only been working at FamilySearch for over a year but pointed out that he has learned a lot from the …

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RootsTech 2013 – Overview

I attended the RootsTech Conference last week in Salt Lake City. I’ll be writing a bunch of postings this week about what I saw there. I must admit I was impressed at how well everything went and at how large it was. There were over 6,700 prepaid attendees. Some are saying that makes it the …

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Kodak News; March 18 – 22

  Kodak sold Co. has sold 180 acres of land in the former Kodak Park South for $1.4 million, according to documents in the County Clerk’s office. The buyer is LiDestri Food and Beverage a manufacturer of dips, sauces and beverages. In 2009 LiDestri bought the former Kodak building 642 and last year former building …

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RootsTech Free Online Sessions – Sat., March 23

The RootsTech Conference concludes on Saturday with 3 free online sessions. Again these are all about 1 hour in length. These are the sessions for Saturday, March 23: 10:30 Eastern Time (ET), 8:30 Mountain Time (MT), 7:30 Pacific time (PT) Keynote – David Pogue and Gilad Japhet David Pogue is the weekly personal-technology columnist for …

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