Research Notes 2019-6-17

If you are concerned about protecting your research as you wander through the many online genealogy resources, you have a friend at Mozilla. Mozilla is the technology company that puts people before profit. 660 more words

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Is this the best web browser right now?

I have always thought Google chrome was/is the best browser, not until I used Opera tonight. Opera has been around for as long as I can remember. 246 more words

Medium Posts

Research Notes 2019-6-10

Although there would be little online research without the web browser, few people appreciate its importance. Not only does the right browser improve your online experience, some can be customized to provide awesome support tools. 610 more words

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Quick Tip: Did you know you can perform a search from your browser's address bar?

I have found that many folks at home do not know that you can perform an internet search by typing what you are looking for in the browser’s address bar. 88 more words

Information Technology

Quick Tip: Learn About Browser Tabs

When you open your web browser (i.e. Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Firefox, Opera, etc…) you initially open up to a page that is your designated home page. 271 more words

Information Technology

Research Notes 2019-6-3

The New England Historic Genealogical Society now offers an online chat session every Tuesday from 3:00 to 4:00 pm (Eastern Time). Experts from the society will be available to help explain a resource or website, make recommendations on where to find records and even define the meaning of a phrase or unfamiliar term. 656 more words

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Before Netscape - Forgotten Web Browsers

According to ArsTechnica –

Mosaic was soon spun into Netscape, but it was not the first browser. A map assembled by the Museum offers a sense of the global scope of the early project. 40 more words