This annual conference is always one of the larger, and better, genealogy conferences of the year. Holding it this year in Las Vegas is a great idea, in my opinion. Las Vegas is well equipped to handle all sorts of conferences, large and small. Visitors to Las Vegas can always find things to do so everyone is invited to bring family members along. If I have time this week, I hope to take in a show or two while I am there. I visit Las Vegas regularly and love all the attractions there. I am not a gambler but I do love the shows in Vegas.
The 2013 NGS event is being held at the LVH Hotel and Convention Center. I stayed at that hotel a few weeks ago and can tell you that it looks like a great place for the NGS conference.
You can read more about this year's NGS conference in my earlier article at http://goo.gl/yKw0R.
If you are also attending the NGS conference, drop by the MyHeritage booth and say "Hello!" I'll be there when I am not attending sessions or wandering the exhibits hall, looking for new things to write about.
Of course, my favorite part of the NGS conference is the EOGN Dinner that I host shortly after the close of the conference. As I write this, tickets are still available. Details may be found at http://goo.gl/yX2Kf.
I hope to publish daily reports from the conference and especially after the EOGN Dinner being held on Saturday evening. I'll be traveling with a laptop computer, two 4G/3G wireless modems, and wi-fi capability. I should have connectivity!
Despite the online access most everywhere, please do not be surprised if I miss a day or two of new articles in this newsletter from time to time. While I should have connectivity most everywhere, I often find that I do not have time! That is especially true when I am attending conference activities for twelve or fourteen hours a day.
See you in Las Vegas!