The following book review was written by Bobbi King:
This book is a compilation of Internet research sites and information about computer genealogy. You'd think we'd know it all by now, but the ever-increasing availability of online resources could overwhelm a researcher, particularly an inexperienced one.
Mr. Larsen had put together a colorfully illustrated guidebook.
He describes what he calls the best thirteen gadgets, gizmos and apps. He writes, "You can do your family history using a tablet" and then he encourages you by telling you how to do just that.
There are links to tutorials and online genealogy courses; videos, podcasts, and blogs; tools, forms, calculators, and worksheets; wikis; and genealogy webinars, with brief descriptions and whether free or not.
There are chapters on cloud computing, social networking, sharing files, PDFs, photo sharing tools, and genealogy software tools.
I would say this manual would be great for beginners, maybe less so for the experienced genealogist.
It's very visual, colorfully graphic, with brief instruction paragraphs that are concise and to the point.