The Southern California Genealogy Jamboree continued today under cloudy skies, accompanied by cool weather. I have now learned a new phrase: the locals call this "June Gloom." However, everything was bright and cheery inside the convention center.
Today was mostly a continuation of great presentations, along with a banquet this evening. You can find a full schedule at http://goo.gl/lLILu.
One of my highlights of the day occurred when I participated in a panel discussion on Blogger Summit 2: Blogging Issues Roundtable Discussion. The audience asked some tough questions about copyrights, conflicts of interest, affiliate advertising, and more.
I also spent some time this afternoon recording podcasts and vidcasts that I hope to release in this newsletter in the next few weeks.
I can share the following pictures with you, along with my comments. You can click on any image to see a larger picture.
Lee Maxey at the of the Boston University Genealogical Research Certificate Program. You can listen to an interview of Lee recorded a few weeks ago at http://goo.gl/zCKkR.
"One wore bule and one wore grey." Bill Dollarhide (in the grey hat) and David Lambert (in the blue hat). Both men are very popular genealogy lecturers. Hey, can we get the TWO of them in the room together to present a lecture on Civil War records?
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