Published by DNA-eXplained: Ethnicity Testing – A Conundrum

Ethnicity results from DNA testing.  Fascinating.  Intriguing.  Frustrating.  Exciting.  Fun. Challenging.  Mysterious.  Enlightening.  And sometimes wrong.  These descriptions all fit.  Welcome to your personal conundrum!  The riddle of you!  If you’d like to understand why your ethnicity results might not have been what you expected, read on! Today, about 50% of the people taking autosomal DNA […]

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Published by LegalGenalogist: Being transported

What that meant, what it means By the time you read these words of The Legal Genealogist, it will be sometime Monday, February 8th, in my home country of the United States. But it will already be Tuesday, February 9th, in Australia. Which is where The Legal Genealogist will be, by the time you read…

http://www.legalgenealogist.com/blog/2016/02/08/being-transported/

Published by Ancestry: How I Became Chinese: The Story of One Woman’s Search for her Chinese Roots

Beijing, Summer 2008. Standing on a corner near the Silk Road, just a few blocks from my hotel, thousands of Chinese passed me by. They were all hurrying somewhere. Not me. That day, I had no destination; I just wanted to see if a Chinese metropolis like Beijing had the hustle and bustle of my……

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Published by GenealogyAdventures: My first African ancestor discovered

When it comes to African American genealogy, finding an African ancestor seems like a pipe-dream. It’s like winning the lottery jackpot. It’s the holy grail. The idea of it seems so impossible, it brings to mind an image of Don Quixote fighting windmills – well, it does to my literary mind at any rate. Thanks […]

https://genealogyadventures.wordpress.com/2016/02/10/my-first-african-ancestor-discovered/

Published by Dick Eastman: Check your Google Security, Receive an Additional 2 Gigabytes of Storage Space on Google Drive for FREE

If you use Google Docs, Gmail, and/or Google Search (and who doesn’t?), Google wants you to check your security settings on the service. If you do, you will receive an additional 2 gigabytes of storage space on Google Drive free of charge. You can check your Google security settings at https://goo.gl/7KmDBk. I just went through…

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