This was a great genealogy day until I had to go out to do some business, then things happened, but I recovered nicely.
* Read email and blogs, wrote Treasure Chest Thursday - Post 201: 1867 Burial Record for John Richman in Hilperton, Wiltshire. Answered some email, and checked recent matches on all 3 DNA sites. Finally had a contact from Hemet - all is well.
* Wrote Ideas for Ancestry.com Search Improvements - Show Me My Cousins before lunch.
* Worked in WikiTree and edited my presentation for about two hours, now about 80% done. Took off at 2:45 p.m. for the bank, but didn't have the right info, so home again, found the right info and back to the bank, got it done, and home by 3:30. Whew.
* Answered more email, and then listened to the NPR radio show and wrote "Crowdsourcing and the Genealogy Boom" on NPR's On Point with Tom Ashbrook radio show.
* Went in at 5 p.m. to read the paper, watch TV, eat dinner and wash the dishes.
* Online at 6:40 p.m. to read, then answered email, and wrote the 52 Ancestors post for Friday.
* Worked in MyHeritage record matches, confirming 25 Find A Grave matches, and adding sources and content to the database. Down to 356 to confirm.
* Added to the Best Of and RT Compendium posts, wrote this post, and done. genealogy today was 12.0 hours.