On Monday Randy Seaver over at Genea-Musings was kind enough to make a blog entry about our new venture into the blogosphere. He has an international following of his excellent blog and I noticed an immediate increase in our visitor numbers.
So I figured I had better take a look at all of the blogs that Randy runs. I read Genea-Musings daily and look at his busy life for the jokes. I must admit that I'm lax in visiting the others.
If you are one of the half dozen or so genealogists who isn't familiar with Randy's blog here's a list of all them. I just cut and pasted his own description of each blog, my comments will be in brackets.
Genealogy research tips and techniques, genealogy news items and commentary, genealogy humor, San Diego genealogy society news, family history research and some family history stories from the keyboard of Randy Seaver (of Chula Vista CA), who thinks that Genealogy Research Is really FUN! Copyright (c) Randall J. Seaver, 2006-2009.
[This is a really interesting blog. Last spring and summer he wrote a really good series of 24 articles about using Rootsmagic 4. I'm a Rootsmagic user so these were of particular interest.]
Randy's Busy Life - He's a Chargers and Padres fan.
This is a personal life blog - I will post family pictures as I get them, and make comments on current events and San Diego sports. I will also post "good" jokes and trivia quizzes occasionally. Go Chargers! Go Padres!
[I primarily read this one for his jokes. If he's not showing his political side, he is showing that he is still slightly askew. Good qualities.]
The Geneaholic - Randy's personal genealogy blog,
Genealogy and family research are an obsession for me. Yea, verily, I am a Geneaholic!
[Randy's daily genealogy diary.]
Chula Vista Genealogy Cafe - Official blog for the Chula Vista Genealogical Society.
This blog is sponsored by the Chula Vista Genealogical Society, located in southern San Diego County in California. The purpose of the Genealogy Cafe is to serve our members and other San Diego genealogy researchers - to answer questions, provide research information, provide notices of programs, etc.
[Has everything you will ever need to know about the CVGS.]
Randy Seaver's Ancestry and Family History - His personal website.
About the only thing that reduces his genealogy output is when he is with his grandkids. But he keeps us informed about "grandkid stuff".