As with most folks; I have been occupied the past few weeks with various holiday functions and such. Our Christmas was awesome! We enjoyed several family gatherings, with great food and family. Now; it’s time to get back to work. Since the temperature here in Indiana has dropped drastically; and we have potential for snow overnight tonight; I will likely stay home the next several days; and get what work I can done from here. Temperature here is currently 4; with a wind chill of -14!
Now that things are starting to settle down some; I want to do another Google Hangout session. I have done the previous hangouts on Sunday evenings. However; there were some people who wanted to attend; but could not do so because of Church. So….. I am going to try a different day and time. This Saturday morning Jan, 10, 2015) at 11 am Eastern Time; I will host a Google Hangout presentation and discussion on the uses of Google Drive (also known as Google Docs) for Genealogy,
I have been using Google Docs/Drive for several years now. It can be a very valuable tool for creating and storing genealogy documents. I will demonstrate some of the uses; and will allow for questions and discussions. As with previous Hangout Sessions I have done; this will be very informal. I will spend a few minutes demonstrating some of the uses of Google Docs/Drive; and will open things up for questions and discussion.
You must have a Google/Gmail account to use Google Hangouts. A webcam is needed if you wish to be seen. However; a webcam is not required. Anyone is welcome to sit back and watch; as well as participate in the discussion. Of course a microphone is needed if you wish to ask questions and/or participate in the discussion.
Those who wish to attend this online hangout should notify me (Facebook message, email or comment below) so that I can send you the link to the hangout about 30 minutes prior to the hangout.
“If” there is enough interest; and some cannot attend Saturday at 11 am Eastern; I may do the presentation/discussion again Saturday evening.
I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas; and wish everyone a Happy and Healthy New Year!