Saturday, May 16, 2009

Is spam permitted on Blogger? - Blogger Help

Is spam permitted on Blogger? - Blogger Help: "As with many powerful tools, blogging services can be both used and abused. The ease of creating and updating webpages with Blogger has made it particularly prone to a form of behavior known as link spamming. Blogs engaged in this behavior are called spam blogs, and can be recognized by their irrelevant, repetitive, or nonsensical text, along with a large number of links, usually all pointing to a single site."

one of my notebook blogs LAPHAM 3 one-name study
has attracted a Google BOT

Henning Boettcher

BöttcherHomepage: "Henning Böttcher Fislisbach

Homepage für Genealogie « bis dat qui cito dat »

Je umfangreicher die Seitengröße, desto länger die Übertragungszeit !"

The address of my homepage has changed!
(universally applicable hints/German language only/ last

Kind regards
Henning Boettcher

* Bevorzugte Links u.ä.

Neben vielen anderen werden folgende Links und ähnliches benutzt:

Niedersächsischer Landesverein für Familienkunde e.V.

Der Deutsche Genealogieserver

Ortssuche in ehemals deutschen Ostgebieten

Newsgroup de.sci.genealogie

Newsgroup soc.genealogy.german

Friday, May 15, 2009

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Internet Archive Wayback Machine of

This website was founded in 1995 by T.F. Mills, M.L.S., a world citizen educated in England, Swizerland and the United States. He has over thirty years professional experience in librarianship, research, writing and editing (in and out of academia), and has travelled widely. He also has a home page which describes some other projects (and which give a hint of a well spent youth). He currently resides in Colorado.
Email: click here

About Us: the Regiments.Org Team

Many Happy Returns of the day - DENMARK list is 10 years old

Welcome to the Denmark Rootsweb list FAQ site!:

"Welcome to the Denmark Rootsweb list, from Paula Goodfellow (listowner) and other members of the list,

This site is a basic guide to Danish research by and for the members of the Denmark Rootsweb list. If you're not a member of the list yet, but interested in Denmark history, we'd love to have you join the group.

The Denmark list is mostly meant to help English-speaking descendants of Danish emigrants to learn how to research their Danish origins. We talk about Danish culture, history, language, and of course Danish family history research. We don't do your family history research for you, but we do try to provide information and guidance in your research.

List messages are usually in English, but there's no reason that posts cannot be in Danish occasionally. Please sign your posts, with your real name, and remember good English conventions , such as proper spelling and grammar, if you are a native speaker of English. We don't want to make it harder for the folks on the list whose native language is not English."

see also Cyndi's List - Denmark / Danmark

RootsWeb: Genealogy Mailing Lists: Denmark : DENMARK

  • Archives. You can search the archives for a specific message or browse them, going from one message to another. Some list archives are not available; if there is a link here to an archive but the link doesn't work, it probably just means that no messages have been posted to that list yet.

Thursday, May 14, 2009

Krause Home Page

Krause Home Page: "Welcome to the Arnie Krause Genealogy Home Page
NOTE: Translate to other Languages: Use the following -- Copy the following: and when you click on the link to Babel Fish ,paste the copied information to the Translate a Web Page. Set the language selection as English to whatever language you desire. Good Luck. NOTE!! Translation is not mine so please excuse the grammar."


  1. Genealogy
  2. PDF eBooks
  3. Purpose of Data Base includes a link to St. Croix Valley Families.
  4. Useful Links
  5. General Information & Genealogy Notes
  6. Saskatoon Genealogy Society Home Page
  7. Family Tree Maker Genealogy Program. FTM 2006/16 report generation. Testing and evaluation of Beta version of FTM 2008, FTM 2008(, FTM 2008(, and FTM 2009(;
  8. Photos and Scanned Documents : Contains both known and unknown photographs. Help to identify who the people are.
  9. Saskatchewan Land Survey: If your ancestors homesteaded in Saskatchewan and you know the land location then you may find this useful.
  10. DNA based genealogy research.
  11. Krause Newsletter: Newsletter of different Krause branches.
  12. Search Engine: Search pages associated with this homepage and associated ISP at Freepages.
  13. Searching Your Roots: A must for those who need an orderly approach to genealogy research.
  14. Visit my OLD Guestbook (Archived guestbook from @Home Network. Cannot add messages.)
  15. Visit my Archived Guestbook. Last entry is 1 Feb. 2008
  16. Add to my new Guestbook
  17. FrontPage Problems with Service.lck My Solution!!
  18. Sudoku Mind Exerciser: Use a step by step approach to this game
  19. Hit Counter Values for pages on this Web:

GeoCities says farewell

Yahoo! GeoCities: Get a free web site with easy-to-use site building tools: "After careful consideration, we have decided to close GeoCities later this year. We'll share more details this summer. For now, please sign in or visit the help center for more information."

and my thanks to Steve Hayes

Notes from underground: Goodbye Geocities: "The implications of this are quite serious, because Geocities web sites have hosted a great deal of material and information that has accumulated over the last 14-15 years or so, and which is not available elsewhere. If it is just deleted, some of it may never be available elsewhere.

It also raises more indirect concerns, because some of the other Yahoo services may come under threat as well."

Yahoo! Small Business: "Build a professional web site for your business. Web Hosting delivers everything you need to create a site, attract customers, and promote your products and services."

DearMYRTLE's Genealogy Blog

DearMYRTLE's Genealogy Blog: BEST of the Internet for Genealogists – 14 Sept 2008: "DearMYRTLE’s BEST of the Internet for Genealogists Awards."

I was googling for one thing and found another

DearMYRTLE's Genealogy Blog: "NGS Day One

Raleigh, North Carolina has rolled out the red carpet at the Convention Center to welcome attendees of the 2009 NGS National Genealogical Society's annual conference. Ol' Myrt here spent yesterday shadowing the exhibit hall volunteer, checking in vendors and seeing that the booth setups went smoothly. (Vendor chair will be my 'job' next year when the conference is held in Salt Lake City.) Yesterday was also 'Librarian's Day' with classes of particular assistance to those working with genealogists."