Jane Wilcox is a professional genealogist who also has a genealogy radio show on WHVW 950 AM radio in Poughkeepsie, New York. The same radio program is also broadcast on the Web on BlogTalkRadio.com where it reaches listeners around the world. I had the pleasure today of being Jane's guest on her radio program.
Jane and I talked about a number of topics including the advances in genealogy research caused by technology, my experiences publishing an electronic newsletter, the use of DNA in genealogy research, and methods of keeping your genealogy data in a computer or in the cloud or both.
Jane was in Poughkeepsie while I was in an RV resort in Frankfort, Kentucky. I used a cell phone to "call in" to the radio program. From my viewpoint, the interview went perfectly except for the moment when my cell phone abruptly disconnected the call. However, I was able to re-dial and connect back in within a few seconds.
If you would like to listen to Jane Wilcox and myself, you can do so on BlogTalkRadio by going to http://goo.gl/dO2Da and make sure your computer's speakers are turned on. You can also listen by clicking in the player below:
You can learn more about Jane Wilcox and her research services and her radio program at http://www.4getmenotancestry.com.
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