Sunday, October 12, 2008

My New Genealogy Page - And More!

Well, I've been working much of the weekend on my new website, thomas 2.0 including thomas 2.0 - The Blog. I think I'm ready to let the cat out of the bag on this one!

First, thomas 2.0 is basically a way of pulling all my various projects, both career and genealogy, into one area of easy access. What I am excited most about are these two parts of thomas 2.0:

thomas 2.0 - Genealogy: I've greatly expanded my genealogy page especially the links portion. There are now over 100 links that I find useful for my genealogy research. Take a visit and perhaps you will too. Special shout outs to Lorine of Olive Tree Genealogy and Jennifer of Rainy Day Genealogy Readings. As you can see, I find their sites very useful and have bookmarked a few of their posts!

thomas 2.0 - The Blog: I found the need for a more personal blog about me and about technology. With the byline "A treasure trove of technical tips, tricks, tweeks and treats" (talk about aliteration!), this site will contains posts pertaining to new technologies, many of them freeware, open-source or Web 2.0, and how to apply them to your own desktop, blog and more.

While you are at thomas 2.0 take time to look at my current Ventures or any other are and send me some feedback if you have a chance. Thanks!


FamilyTwigs (Sheri Bush) said...

Wow. Really nice, Thomas. Not one major surname in common. Love the way everything is connected.

Janet Iles said...

Congratulations Thomas on your new web site and blog. I will be following these blogs.

Jasia said...

My, my, aren't we looking dapper online? Very nice presentation of your skills and talents Thomas. Here's hoping your new online venture will result in some challenging, entertaining, and profitable work.

Lookin' good, T!

T.K. said...

Holy cow, Thomas, when do you sleep? The new website is awesome, and I was looking at the Lowville wiki--brilliant concept. I spent most of a summer reading thirty years' worth of newspapers for a couple of localities that figure in my family history, and I can see how great it would be to bring all that local history together the way you're doing with Lowville. Very cool!

Bill West said...

Nice site, Thomas!

Are you going to discontinue this


Thomas MacEntee said...

I could never give up on Destination: Austin Family!