Why can mailboxes only be used for U.S. mail?OUP Blog
"It is against Federal law to put anything in a mailbox, “on which no postage has been paid,” and if caught doing so a person could be fined up to $5,000 and an organization $10,000. Called the Mailbox Restriction Law, most countries do not have such legislation. But there is more."
Is AncestryDNA helpful for Jewish Genealogy?Ancestry
"Autosomal DNA testing has become a standard tool used by many genealogists, and it has helped people discover unknown Jewish ancestry. But using autosomal DNA in Jewish research is filled with challenges, due in large part to the Jewish Diaspora and a long history of endogamy (marrying solely within one’s community)."
Go Fishing with Cousin Bait:Ancestry
"Are you making it easy for cousins and fellow genealogists to find your family photos in an Ancestry online photo gallery? Genealogy bloggers often use “cousin bait” to catch relatives searching the internet for family names, but did you know that Ancestry Public Member Trees can help catch cousins too?"
All the Cloud Storage Services That Offer Free Storage:How-to-Geek
"Cloud storage is the dream of the post-PC, mobile-focused tech world…but we’re not quite there yet. There’s a limit to what you can get for free, especially if you go with one of the major services. Here’s an exhaustive list of all the cloud storage and photo services we could find across the web that have at least some free storage options. Use them all at once to save a million Steam games, or just find the best one with the biggest bucket for your most important files."
Should You Buy a Battery-Powered Wi-Fi Cam?How-to-Geek
"Most Wi-Fi cams require that you plug them into an outlet to keep them powered on, but advancements in batteries and energy savings over the last couple of years have led to the popularity of battery-powered Wi-Fi cams. The big question is: are they worth it?"
Irish Records Search Demo:FindMyPast
"Use this handy video to guide you through accessing and searching the largest collection of Irish family history records anywhere online, at Findmypast."
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