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Saturday’s TMG Users Group Meeting

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I went to the 11 February 2012 Seattle TMG (The Master Genealogist )Users Group Meeting. There were 16 people there, including the leader Ed Godfrey.

Two of the members gave running presentations about their RootsTech 2012 experiences, the sessions they went to, and what they learned there. It was all interesting, but the takeaway for me was that there’s not much new under the sun. I’ve been using computers since the early 1980s, so a lot of these things are like an old hat for me.

Mr. Godfrey gave a good overview of The Master Genealogist version 8.01 place tools (Master Place List, etc.). Thanks, Ed.

NPM

© 2012 N. P. Maling

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Written by N. P. Maling

12 February 2012 at 13:00

Posted in Genealogy

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  1. N. P.:

    TMG was noticeably absent from RootsTech 2012 – the only major vendor who did not have a booth.

    Louis

    Louis Kessler (@louiskessler)

    26 February 2012 at 21:08

    • This was a reference to the Seattle TMG Users Group meeting, nothing to do with RootsTech presence, at all.

      N. P. Maling

      27 February 2012 at 13:09


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