Monday, October 15, 2012

Monday Mentionables - October 7-14, 2012

The following are but a few of the many, many wonderful blog posts this week which have been entertaining and educational.

If you aren't reading these blogs, please take a moment to read these articles now. And if you enjoy the read, please be sure to sign up at each web site to receive their latest posting in your favorite reader!

When was the last time you asked for help?
Genealogy’s Star shows us that everyone needs a little help now and then.

Looking Forward
Forgotten Bookmarks brings us a review on a book written in 1899 foretelling the future of 1999.

Genealogy beginner?  Here are the basics
Genealogy News brings us the link to this article aimed for the beginner, but worthy of a read by the most experienced as well.

Mammoth Carcass Found in Siberia
BBC News brings us this story, found by an 11-year old.

Russia’s oldest singing granny uses Eurovision fame to find grave of father who died in WWII
The Washington Post brings us this awesome story. [***Kleenex warning! You may cry!]

CSIC researchers find the exact spot where Julius Caesar was stabbed
Heritage Daily brings us this fascinating article!

Tips to help break down genealogy challenges
Examiner brings us some great tips for the beginner.

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