- Carol S
- Carol S
- Colleen Bayard
Full disclosure: I consider myself a bit of Luddite. Although I am quick to acquire skills necessary to use new technology, I tend to wait until several generations of a device have been released before jumping in to purchase a new gadget. Usually, my procrastination works out well: devices become cheaper, faster, and lighter.
- Jake Duffie
I recently had the opportunity to spend some hands-on time with the Nook Simple Touch with GlowLight. This lightweight, just-big-enough eReader not only provides the clarity of E Ink but also has a backlit display that makes reading anywhere a great experience. It also boasts a really responsive touchscreen and is comfortable to hold for long periods of time.
- Debbie Bloom
For my summer vacation I traveled to upstate New York for R & R and a genealogy road-trip. This year I left all my papers, notebooks, pencils and pens at home and relied on my IPad as a research tool. It was awesome companion. I discovered that my iPad was all I needed. Here are my top ten reasons for using a tablet as a genealogy research tool.