Saturday, December 18, 2004

Friday, December 17, 2004 - TV-Tipp vom 17.12.2004: Heimat 3: "
Heimat 3
Chronik einer Zeitwende in sechs Teilen

Freitag, 17. Dezember 2004, 20.15 Uhr

2. Die Weltmeister" - Heimat 3 MORE - Homepage

Heimat 3Heute | 20:15 Uhr
Im Ersten

Sommer 1990: Gunnar verkauft Mauerstücke - und wird dadurch Millionär.

just wonderful - even with my tourist german !

Thursday, December 16, 2004


RUBBISH we have been hacked again !!


Ref. Number:7683408058/09
Batch Number:57/8703/3PD
Credited file Number:EGS56/50071245/25

do use google for anything like this Google Search: UNIVERSAL E-MAIL LOTTERY SWEEPSTAKES
We are pleased to inform you of the result of the Lottery Winners
International programs held on the 15th december 2004.


This promotional program takes place every three years,the lottery was
promoted and sponsored by the President of the World Largest
software,B.Gates. -- don't be naive folks -- Bill has many better things to do

We hope with part of your winning you will take part in our next year
50.000.000 (fifty million EUROS) international lottery.
Your fund is now deposited with in a bank under a fixed deposit bond
policy insured to you by our financial agent.

who will ask you to pay and pay and pay LOL

To file for your claim please contact our financial agent,( E.U) Foriegn
operations manager,Mr Davis Mcheal.

----a freebie email address and a certain sign of a spammer

Sincerely yours,
Lotto Co-ordinator.
Mrs.Sabina Wauters.

Tuesday, December 14, 2004

July 27, 2004 - ProQuest Information and Learning: "ProQuest and introduce new ancestry product for geneology research in libraries

New interface and never-before-available content;
site licence model removes simultaneous user restriction

CAMBRIDGE, UK July 27, 2004

ProQuest Information and Learning and are partnering to produce a new tool to support genealogy research in libraries. The Web-based database Ancestry Library Edition will replace and supersede the current library product offering, AncestryPlus , which will be phased out over the coming year. Ancestry Library Edition will be available with effect from August 30, 2004.

The 'old' Ancestry Plus edition will be disabled on August 30, 2005.” "
Library Journal - ProQuest Releases Ancestry Library Edition and NewspaperDirect: "ProQuest Information and Learning is partnering with genealogy outfit to release an online genealogical research tool dubbed Ancestry Library Edition. The two said that the new offering will replace and supercede the current library product offering, AncestryPlus, which will be phased out over the coming year.

Improvement include a cleaner interface with more user-friendly search options,
ProQuest said, adding that the new database features key genealogical resources not previously available electronically to libraries, including New York and San Francisco passenger lists and New York Petitions for Naturalization Index.

ProQuest is offering the database on a site license to provide unlimited users with unrestricted access.

Additionally, ProQuest also has begun distributing NewpaperDirect, a print-on-demand service which includes 240 same-day newspaper titles from 70 countries and 30 languages. Newspapers can be printed on 11' x 17' paper in black & white. ProQuest said that NewspaperDirect assembles efeeds from its publishers overnight and enables a library to automatically download and print selected editions at copy stations within the library. With this service, libraries can select the number of copies and titles they desire to print and make available in their reading rooms. The print-on-demand product integrates with a library's digital printer or copier via NewspaperDirect's PrintStation software."

Google Search: "Ancestry Library Edition "
Ancestry Solutions - Follow us! We'll lead you to your ancestors. new home page

from a usemet group I read daily Google Groups : soc.genealogy.computing:-

First, to give you precise instructions on how to circumvent the hiding of
details for those still living.
These given below are Step-by-Step for PAF

1. In 'family' view on your screen, go to 'Tools'.

2. Click on "create web page"

3. Select your individuals.

4. In the right-hand side of the portion below the "select" individuals
check to make sure that

a) "Hide details for the living" is unchecked; and,
b) "Show names" is unchecked.

5. Hit "Finish" once you have selected any other options.

If after you have done each of the above steps and you still have the
details hidden, you might want to check your "File" "Print Reports" section,
under "Individual Summary" to make sure that there is a check mark in the
box next to the option to show confidential notes and details.

Now, having given you the instructions on how to get PAF to do your bidding,
you might want to consider the following points.

I. England and Wales have a very strict Data Protection Act in place that
precisely dictates how any person is permitted to collect, store, maintain
and disseminate information concerning living individuals. If any of your
"living" creatures are thusly British, you will, unless you enlist with the
proper statutory authorities, immediately be in violation of several points
of their law.

II. Canada has a similar Privacy Law in place which protects the rights of
the living to assure that the vital information, i.e. birth date, birth
place, full name, et cetera, of all of its' citizens is not disseminated by
any authority without due process or justification. In additional to the
federal law, there are also individual provincial laws governing privacy
matters and the release of vital information. As I am a Canadian, I would
be extremely angered if someone on whose tree I sit published my details to
the web without my knowledge or consent.

III. Numerous individual States throughout the U.S.A. have adopted similar
privacy-related statutes which now make it necessary to prove one's right to
a particular piece of vital information concerning an individual - living or
deceased - before the paperwork is released.

IV. France, Germany, Italy and numerous other European countries have
privacy laws which are much more stringent than that of England and Wales.
Among those cited here, France is the most notorious for demanding absolute
proof of descent before releasing any details of any individual, living or

V. In general, having regard to the current climate of internet crime and
in particular, identity theft, I would be very displeased if someone
proceeded to publish my vital details on the internet. In fact, I do have a
website - my professional website that lists only the names of my ancestors.
That is all I will ever permit to be circulated in the general world wide
web concerning any of my family members, myself included. My professional
website has attached to the backend, in a protected directory, a full
PAF-generated website to which only proven descendants are given a nod to
access. Even still, that site has hidden all of the details of the living.
It would be ghastly enough should a usurper make off with the details of one
of the dead to attempt a resurrection of an identity, but I can tell you,
that I sure do not want to bear the responsibility of putting that type of
information concerning a living relative into the wrong hands.

In the words of a once popular American TV show, "Let's be careful out

Best wishes,
Susan D. Young

the thread Exporting GEDCOM-Name Changing in Archive: soc.genealogy.computing - IGI BATCH NUMBER TABLE: "LDS Family History Library"

an excellent website Susan !

Google Search: soc.genealogy.computing

my answer posted

Newsgroups: soc.genealogy.computing
Subject: Re: Exporting GEDCOM-Name Changing
Date: Tue, 14 Dec 2004 06:27:22 -0000

via Freie Universität Berlin
and Zentraleinrichtung für Datenverarbeitung (ZEDAT), FU Berlin
News.Individual.NET: "Registration and use of this NetNews service are free of charge. This server is operated by the computer center of Freie Universität Berlin, Germany. "
ended up here too !

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within one minute via Berlin

Monday, December 13, 2004

Presseportal: "Heimat 3 - Chronik einer Zeitenwende" im Ersten :

"Heimat 3" ist eine Produktion der Edgar Reitz Filmproduktion GmbH
in Koproduktion mit dem SWR, der ARD, ARD Degeto, Arri Cine Technik
GmbH & CoKg, recorded Picture Company/Jeremy Thomas. Gefördert wurden
die sechs Teile mit Mitteln des FFF FilmFernsehFonds Bayern, der MDM
Mitteldeutschen Medienförderung, dem Media Plus Programm der EU, der
Stiftung Rheinland-Pfalz für Kultur sowie vom Wirtschafts- und
Wissenschaftsministerium des Landes Rheinland-Pfalz.
Heimat 3 (TV-Serie) - Informationen " montags/mittwochs/freitags 20.15 Uhr NEU TV PREMIERE
ab 15.12.2004"

Miniserie in 6 Teilen

Der Abschluss der Jahrhundert- und Familienchronik umfasst die Jahre von 1989 bis 2000 und kehrt zum Ausgangspunkt der Saga zurück: Hermann und Clarissa, das glücklose Liebespaar aus der "zweiten Heimat", findet sich in der Nacht des Mauerfalls in Berlin nach 17 Jahren wieder und bezieht ein Haus am Rheinufer, am Rande des Hunsrück, unweit von Hermanns Heimatdorf Schabbach. Hier kreuzen sich die Wege von Alteingesessenen, zugezogenen Städtern, Glücksrittern aus der Ex-DDR, Aussiedlern aus Kasachstan, traditionsverhafteten Fossilien, Gewinnern und Verlierern der New Economy. Ein Porträt einr Zeit voller Veränderungen, in der "Heimat" als geografischer Bezugspunkt aufgehört hat zu existieren, in der zusammenwächst, was zusammen gehört und zusammen gezwungen wird, was noch nie zusammen gepasst hat.
(Peter Ludewig)


Fortsetzung von Die zweite Heimat

Fortsetzung von Heimat - Heimat 3: "Ab dem 15. Dezember 2004 zeigt Das Erste Heimat 3, den dritten Teil des erfolgreichen und romantischen Epos. Er erzählt in sechs Filmen von Familie, Heimat und dem Selbstbild der Deutschen in einer Zeit voller Verändungen."


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