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Do Books Still Matter in Genealogy?
Nancy and Biff Barnes, managing editors from Stories To Tell, will join host Thomas MacEntee on GeneaBloggers Radio, at 8:00 p.m. (CST) Friday, December 16th to discuss the question, “Do Books Still Matter in Genealogy?”
The conversation will address the issues raised when RootsTech, one of the nation’s largest genealogy events, decided to exclude book publishers, book sellers and vendors of book related services from its exhibit hall. RootsTech, which bills itself as a “a leading edge conference designed to bring technologists together with genealogists”
“We appreciate Thomas providing a forum to discuss this critical question,” said Nancy Barnes, the owner of Stories To Tell (http://www.storiestotellbooks.com/
Joining Nancy and Biff as guests will be: A representative from RootsTech 2012; Leland Meitzler of Family Roots Publishing Co., another vendor initially banned from RootsTech; and Curt B. Witcher, MA, FUGA, FIGS, Genealogy Center Manager at the Allen County Public Library in Ft. Wayne, Indiana.
MacEntee, to fully explore this important topic, will devote two hours to an expanded broadcast of his popular weekly show on Blog Talk Radio at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/
For more information about GeneaBloggers Radio contact Thomas MacEntee at geneabloggers@
For more information about Stories To Tell contact Nancy Barnes at info@StoriesToTellBooks.com or 888-577-9342.
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