Wikipedia: Podcatchers A podcatcher, or podcast client, is a computer program used to download various media via an RSS or XML feed. While podcatchers are most known for downloading podcasts (generally audio files in MP3 format), many are also capable of downloading video, newsfeeds, text, and pictures. Some podcatchers can also automate the transfer of received audio files to a portable media player. Although many include a directory of high-profile podcasts, they generally allow users to manually subscribe directly to a feed by providing the URL. Although the core concepts had been developing since 2000, the first podcast client software was developed in late 2003, and became popular in 2004. When Apple added podcatching to its iTunes software in June 2005, it almost immediately became the most popular client. Podcatchers The following is a list of noteworthy podcatchers or software with podcatching capability. See also Comparison of media players Notes References
Practical Archivist Genealogy Guys Blog » More Free RootsMagic Classes More Free RootsMagic Classes It seems like the more free RootsMagic classes we do, the more requests we get for additional topics. Here are 4 new classes scheduled for the next couple of months. Each class will be limited to the first 1000 people to sign up, but if you miss out or can’t make it, don’t worry because we will record the class for you to download and watch later. To sign up for the free classes, or to view past recorded classes, visit us at: Here are upcoming classes for May and June: Creating a Website in RootsMagic Putting your data on your own website is a great way to share your research with family members and to make connections with unknown cousins and distant relatives. Here are the free archived webinars already available for you to view or download:
The Educated Genealogist Fieldstone Common Eastman's Online Genealogy GeneaPress Atlas of Historical County Boundaries Project | Home National Data Click on the national map to see all of the Atlas' content related to the nation at one view. Like the state map above this content includes interactive maps, shapefiles, and metadata. Boundary Animations US Historical State & Territorial Boundaries, 1783-2000 (3:00) US Historical County Boundaries, 1629-2000 (0:30) US Historical County Boundaries, 1629-2000 (3:00) US Historical County Boundaries (1629-2000), with State/Territorial boundaries (1783-2000) (0:30) US Historical County Boundaries (1629-2000), with State/Territorial boundaries (1783-2000) (3:00) US Historical State & Territorial Boundaries, 1783-2000 (0:30) US Historical State & Territorial Boundaries, 1783-2000 (3:00)
Genealogy With Valerie We have all seen or at least heard of the reality TV series “Hoarder”. It is about people who have an obsession to keep everything they have ever owned and then they continue to add to it. They do this for various reasons but the results are the same: a home filled to overflowing with stuff. This is how I feel sometimes with all the documents, notes, photos and books pertaining to Genealogy that I have accumulated over the years. I do try desperately to stay organized but sometimes it gets away from me. I have limited space and the piles seem to keep growing. Case in point: While I was organizing my Death Certificates’ I found I had 5 copies of my Great Grandmothers Death Certificate. I do the same thing with most of my documents and ALL of my photos. Okay, I will, from this day forward just start calling it Antique Paper and Photo Collecting! I am a professional genealogist, writer, photographer, crafter, reader, wife, mother, and grandma. Like this: Like Loading...
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