If you have been reading this blog as it grows, you may have noticed a few changes to its appearance. I’ve added a few menu items, in particular a link to the Frayed Genes Pinterest boards, and of course the blogroll banner for Geneabloggers (a really wonderful site, with links to genealogy blogs numbering over 3000 and counting). But the wiki has seen even more changes. That trend, with the wiki and Pinterest boards accumulating more additions than the blog, is likely to continue. Whenever I read something that I think is potentially valuable to genealogists I either “pin” it to Pinterest or add a link to the wiki, sometimes both.
At this point, some sections in the wiki are starting to take shape, in particular the DNA Research page, since that is what I am studying myself at the moment. But other sections have been added recently as well.
As more material is added, I may rearrange the pages to improve the interface, and there may be some cases where I will make internal links when a particular entry seems to fall in more than one category. That way, if you concentrate on just one section you are less likely to miss something just because it is filed in a different area. This is the “Web” after all, not a physical filing cabinet where we can only put items in one place.
On Pinterest we now have thirty-nine public boards, which are now arranged in a somewhat organized order. They might be classified as tools and methodologies and resources, followed by specific research areas.
Anyway, I hope you will take some time to explore these adjuncts to this blog. I think you’ll be glad you did. And let me know what you think in the comments!