S06 E08: Life after Twitter: Preserving Genealogy Social Media Networks

Genealogists spend a lot of time stressing the importance of preserving records and resources that documented our ancestors’ lives for future generations. But what about our online genealogy social media networks and communities?

Until recent events at Twitter, we haven’t really thought about the supportive and respectful genealogy social media networks and communities we have built. They are just as important. As we witness the possible implosion of Twitter – what’s next for the online genealogy community we’ve built over a decade?

Link to the Wayback Machine website referenced in this episode: https://archive.org/web


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