Collaborative Family History

March 2, 2007

True Collaboration

Filed under: Collaboration, Family Pursuit, Genealogy, Software — Les Eldredge @ 10:00 am

In preparation for our upcoming booth and presentation at the computerized genealogy conference, Mike and I have been spending a lot of time on marketing content. Because the foundation of Family Pursuit is built upon working together to accomplish genealogy, we have focused our content around the potential of creating our truly collaborative system.

It amazes me how we have been able to work so long with out a better way of coordinating our efforts as genealogist. But what is more fascinating to me is the potential we now have with Family Pursuit to truly communicate and organize our research.

I joined Family Pursuit because I wanted to help in providing a way for new comers to get started in genealogy. That has become one of our greatest objectives in building a collaborative genealogy software. Not only will current genealogists be able to finally tear down the walls that block them from working together, but also other family members will now have an open pathway to be mentored by and be able to see the extensive accomplishments of their experienced family members.

This all so exciting to me to see the possibilities of this incredible system.

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