Tag Archive: RootsTech 2012

Feb 01

MOCAVO UNVEILS NEW PRODUCTS AND GENEALOGY CONTENT AT ROOTSTECH

Press Release. Boulder, Colo., February 1, 2012  MOCAVO UNVEILS NEW PRODUCTS AND GENEALOGY CONTENT AT ROOTSTECH Historical Record Storage and Sharing, iPhone and Android Apps, Discovery Stream “With these new features, Mocavo has evolved into a primary resource for genealogists and family historians to research and share their stories,” said Cliff Shaw, CEO of Mocavo. “Our …

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Jan 28

RootsTech Will Broadcast Select Session Free Online

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RootsTech Press Release SALT LAKE CITY—RootsTech, a leading family history and technology conference held in Salt Lake City, Utah, February 2-4, 2012, announced today that fourteen of its popular sessions will be broadcasted live and complimentary over the Internet. The live broadcasts will give those unable to attend worldwide a sample of this year’s conference …

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Nov 26

RootsTech 2012 Here I Come!

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Excitement and anticipation mount as I begin my preparation for the 2nd annual RootsTech conference in Salt Lake. I was fortunate to be able to attend the first RootsTech session and was blown away by the diversity of programs and exhibit hall. During this second three-day conference, 102 sessions are planned. It is important, therefore, …

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Oct 23

RootsTech 2012: Have You Registered?

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Have You Registered Yet? If not, you have a little over a month to do so. The banner to the right appears on the RootsTech homepage as a reminder that the “Early Bird” deadline is fast approaching. Happily I was able to attend the first conference in 2011 and I can’t wait for the 2012 …

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Oct 08

RootsTech 2012 – Have You Registered?

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Sep 07

Family Search Hosts Reception for Bloggers at FGS 2011

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Last evening, FamilySearch kicked off it’s RootsTech 2012 publicity with a lovely media reception for bloggers in the Vista Rooms of the Springfield Hilton. FamilySearch team members discussed several aspects of their website as well as new collections including their efforts for posting images of records relating to the Civil War in commemoration of the …

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