How to Use Google Translate App for Genealogy – App Review

Welcome back to another episode on Genealogy TV. Today I am doing another “App For That” segment this is a little review of the Google Translate app. If you don’t have it on your phone you should, especially if you’re doing records if you’re looking in the archives for records from overseas. Now I’m going […]

Judging Societies by Women’s Prisons | Emily Salisbury | TEDxWashingtonCorrectionsCenterforWomen

Translator: Ellen Maloney Reviewer: Denise RQ “The degree of civilization in a society can be judged by entering its prisons.” This famous quote by Dostoyevsky reminds us that to truly understand the progression of humanity, we should open our eyes to see how we treat some of the most unsympathetic characters in our world. How […]

The dementia guide: English – full length – Alzheimer’s Society

Jim: I didn’t believe that I had it as bad as it seemed. Hilary: I wasn’t surprised. I didn’t want to particularly hear it, but was glad there was a reason for why I’d been struggling so much at work. Rusty: I don’t think it worried me. Because I think I felt perfectly okay. Kathryn […]

Surveys in society

Today we are inundated by surveys and public opinion polls, and not just during election season. Buy something over the internet, you’ll probably get an email with a link to a customer satisfaction survey. Take a class at a university, expect a teaching evaluation survey at the end of the semester. Two things are driving […]

How to Use Smart Matches™

In this video, we’ll explain what Smart Matches™ are and how they are a valuable resource that can help enrich your family history research. When a Smart Match™ is found, you’ll see a green icon on the top of a person’s card in your family tree. We’ll also send you an email letting you know […]

Crocodiles Can Climb Trees: Researchers In Climbing Study Observed

Most people entering crocodile territory keep a wary eye out on water and land, but research suggests they need to look up. Though the reptiles lack obvious physical features to suggest this is possible, crocodiles in fact climb trees all the way to the crowns, according to University of Tennessee researcher Vladimir Dinets. Researchers in […]

Society’s Sweet Tooth… the Brain’s Response to Sugar | Amanda Maracle | TEDxQueensU

Translator: Mirjana Čutura Reviewer: Rhonda Jacobs I’d like to start off by telling you a story. It’s about a woman named Barbara. Now, unfortunately for Barbara, when she was young, unhealthy habits were modeled at home. And several of her close relatives struggled with a very specific type of disorder. As Barbara got older, she […]

Stories from the Stacks – Milwaukee Genealogy

I’m the recording secretary for the Milwaukee County Genealogical Society. We offer our free genealogy classes at the Milwaukee Public Library once a month. It’s a very wonderful partnership and the librarians are very helpful. They’re knowledgeable they know how to direct people to the materials in the room and to the genealogy and biographical […]

North Carolina Genealogical Society Bible Record Project 2018

Hey everybody, my name is Connie Knox. I am here to help you go further faster, but factually with the family research I just returned from the North Carolina genealogical society fall conference And while I was there I met a gal named Sharon Gable and she is working on a Bible project for the […]

American Cancer Society

>>Gonzalo: Good afternoon. My name is Gonzalo Begaso and I work in Finance. We are extremely proud of having Dr. Huerta here and I’m gonna ask my colleague, Ashley, to introduce Dr. Huerta. Thank you very much for coming.>>Ashley: Hi everyone. My name is Ashley, my name is Ashley Carrick and I’m currently a BOLD […]