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Join the genealogy research movement by starting a member tree on With features that can help connect long-lost family together, billions of genealogy records and a huge user network, it’s no wonder that Ancestry is one of the most popular websites for storing and sharing genealogy information and research.Pinterest is a photo uploading and sharing website usually used for fashion or recipes.

Industrial-organizational (I-O) psychology is the scientific study of working and the application of that science to workplace issues facing individuals, teams, and organizations.It’s an ideal place to network with like-minded genealogists (and become a fan of ).Create a free collaborative online family tree, or upgrade (.95 a year) to upload photos and documents, and manage privacy features.A standout among family tree sharing sites with 45 million profiles, Geni was singled out by Time magazine as one of the 50 best Web sites in 2008 and honored on PC Magazine’s list of Best Free Software. Geni is free, although a new monthly Pro plan enhances relationship pathways, enables GEDCOM export of your tree and all connected trees, and offers priority tech support.A descendant, if you will, of the old Gen Circles pedigree Web site, My Heritage hosts more than 6.4 million family sites.Upload photos of your family (boards can be made private) or use Pinterest to keep different family recipes and research material in easy, separate boards.One of the first sites to make the leap from plain pedigree files to online family trees, Tribal Pages has grown to more than 350,000 family sites with 50 million names.I have recently set up a local network with my husband's computer which is running Windows XP.He has our version 6 Family Tree Maker 2005 installed and I wish to access it from my new computer which is running Windows 7.Here’s another site not specifically for genealogy that clever family historians are using—in this case, to post photos of ancestors, gravestones and more.See, for example, the Kansas Civil War veterans graves.

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