Your Internet browser is your window to the electronic outside world. It’s a tremendous tool for quickly and effectively locating information when you need or want it. Like physical tools, it is important to be able to make it really work for you.
In my column last week, I encouraged you to revisit old websites for new clues. I sincerely hope you took that advice and began returning to those sites. Over the years, I’m sure you’ve probably saved scores of Internet bookmarks to great genealogy websites as you’ve discovered and worked with them. Those bookmarks (or favorites) can quickly become overwhelming. Without any organization of them, you’ve probably found yourself frustrated as you search for a specific bookmark to a site you want to revisit. I’ve received a number of emails this week asking for some ideas for organizing and using bookmarks, and so I’ll share some of my organizational tips with you.
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