I didn’t finish my “Best Bytes” article yesterday because, frankly, I didn’t think anyone would still be here today.

Ok, not really, but it sounded like a good excuse.

In reality, my husband was home yesterday, which made it impossible for me to write. After an optometrist appointment, a little retail therapy, and some mommy quiet time, it was time for dinner. I thought I could write during the Geneabloggers Radio broadcast, but that turned out to be a bad idea because I wound up listening and following the chat instead of writing (which was a lot more fun anyway).

So… I have my picks ready and will hopefully get them posted by tonight. I thank you for your patience.

Unless, of course, you’re not still here.

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Ironically, at 7:30 a.m. PDT, the web site Judgement Day 2011 was down, so I got a little worried. Checked again about 5 minutes later, and it was working, but oddly enough, was displaying an ad from Ancestry.com. Coincidence? I think not.

Uh oh, 7:43 a.m. and it’s down again. I wonder what that means? Should I be worried?

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Elizabeth O'Neal

Elizabeth O’Neal is a genealogist, freelance writer, educator, and web developer. An avid genealogist for three decades, Elizabeth writes the blog "My Descendant’s Ancestors" (formerly "Little Bytes of Life"), where she shares family stories, technology and methodology tips, and hosts the monthly "Genealogy Blog Party." When not hunting for ancestors, she enjoys testing new software and social media platforms to find innovative ways to re-purpose them for genealogy.
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