Archives: December 2015

Learning about Genetics and Your Physical Fitness

At one time, about 25 years ago, I was quite concerned about my physical fitness. I was running at least 3 miles every other day, and even doing some body-building routines. If I had had available the following blog posting, “How Much Does Genetics Really Affect Your Fitness?” I would have been all over it.

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Ancestry Responds to Concerns of Users of New Ancestry with Updates

Hard on the heels of the reminder notificati0n that was moving completely to the “new” Ancestry website on 15 Dec 2015, and the announcement that it was ending sales of the personal genealogical database program Family Tree Maker, the genealogical database provider put out a new list of updates and changes to the “new”

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The following rather surprising, even shocking, announcement was posted by Kendall Hulet on December 8, 2015 in Australia, Canada, Family Tree Maker, Germany, Sweden, United Kingdom – See more at: Ancestry is proud to have made a significant investment this year to bring valuable new content and records to the Ancestry site. In 2015,

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The New Ancestry Will Replace Old Ancestry as of December 15th 2015

On 16 Nov 2015, I received an email from stating that it is switching all accounts over to its “new” website on 15 Dec 2015. The “old” will no longer be available. The most significant advances claimed for the new website are on the person page. The person page is organized into four

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My Absence from Posting on Collecting Ancestors

It has been awhile since I last posted to this blog–since July to be exact. I have been dealing with some family health issues. I can’t say they have been resolved, but I am better organized to handle them. As a result, I am going to begin again to post more regularly on this blog.

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