GenealogyWise is a babe in the woods, as is most of online genealogy. I feel like my unique tree is lost in the forest of online genealogy. Standards in the field of genealogical research only came in the 1930s, and CD-ROMS for genealogical research were toddlers in the early 1990s.
Is that ‘jen-ee-ologee’ or ‘jeen-ee-ology’? Is it related to gerontology, gynecology, geology?
RootsWeb becomes part of Ancestry, which creates sites such as MyFamily under the Generations Network umbrella but is called Ancestry again!? Oh well, no one in my family would really use MyFamily, so we quit.
Who bought out Automated Archives? It appears to be Family Archives.
What happened to Ancestral Research Association?
Is the World Family Tree the same as the Ancestry World Tree and Family Connect, or does it overlap somehow?
When do you use GenForum or GenCircles?
The very popular Cyndi’s List includes 35 references in its new category called Wikis For Genealogy. Where do I start?
Is the free We Relate venture (the “world’s largest genealogy wiki”) related to We’re Related, or to FamilySearch wiki or FamilyPedia (“the genealogy wiki”?
Are GenServ and One Great Family and KindredKonnections cousins twice removed? If GenealogyWise is the step-father of FamilyHistory Link, what will its offspring GenSeek become?
Do these ventures all need to have spacey merged names fashioned after FamilySearch, which now traverses the world under the name FamilySearch International?
Apologies to the FLink family and all of its Flinkers fans.