Yesterday, I published an article entitled, "Help Wanted at WikiTree." Today, the position was filled and an announcement has been published. That was fast!
The following announcement was written by WikiTree:
WikiTree is excited to welcome Tami Osmer Glatz as our official Cousin Connector. Tami will be helping to connect distant cousins and facilitate their enjoyable, productive genealogy collaborations. She will be suggesting merges so that WikiTree fulfills its mission to be a worldwide shared family tree. And she will be improving the quality of merged ancestor profiles by demonstrating and explaining good genealogical methods.
Tami Osmer Glatz is a long-time lecturer and researcher, specializing in the use of computers and the Internet for genealogy. She is the author of the Relatively Curious Genealogy blog (http://relativelycurious.blogspot.com/) and the creator of the Relatively Curious Internet Toolbar (http://relativelycurious.ourtoolbar.com/). She is also the president of the Second Life virtual chapter of the Association of Professional Genealogists (http://www.apgen.org/chapters/secondlife/index.html).
About WikiTree: WikiTree aims to strike the perfect balance between collaboration and privacy. It gives families a free and easy way to privately share information and organize their facts, memories, and photos. At the same time, it enables distant relatives and strangers to grow a worldwide family tree and create a valuable resource for future historians. Join the free community at http://www.WikiTree.com.
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