Saving Internet Information Handout

Saving Information found on the Internet and placing it in our personal records – presented May 8, 2013 by Stan Follis.

See photos on our Facebook page:

A really useful tip I forgot to mention during the presentation, but use a lot, is if you accidentally close a browser tab you meant to keep open, the keyboard shortcut – Ctrl + Shift + “T” key will reopen the last tab closed. [June 6, 2013]

Here are some related hyperlinks you may find useful.

  2. ACGSI Pinterest:
  3. Allen INGenWeb:
  4. New responsive Allen INGenWeb  – Not Yet Ready For Prime Time!:
  5. Main web browsers in the United States:
    1. Internet Explorer for Windows 7
    2. Firefox
    3. Google Chrome
    4. Apple Safari for Windows
    5. Opera
  6. StatCounter:
  7. Keyboard Shortcuts:
    1. Windows:
    2. Microsoft Products:
    3. FTM 2012:
    4. Keyboard image:
  8. Browser Shortcuts:
    1. Internet Explorer:
    2. 47 Keyboard Shortcuts That Work in all Browsers:
  9. Evidence Explained – Elizabeth Shown Mills—five-copywrongs-historical-writing
  10. OneNote – EverNote –
    1. Google Keep vs. OneNote vs. Evernote: We name the note-app winner –
    2. Get started with OneNote 2013 –
    3. Evernote –
  11. Wayback Machine –
  12. Using Windows Explorer –
  13. Snipping Tool –
  14. Adobe Photoshop Elements – Organizer –
  15. Google Picasa –
  16. Adobe Bridge –
  17. Adobe TV for Photoshop Elements
  18. Labeling Digital Photos  –
  19. How to Stop People From Swiping Your Online Photos –
  20. Allen INGenWeb Copyright page ­
  21. Find-A-Grave Copyright Policy –
  22. Genealogical –
  23. The Legal Genealogist –
  24. Creative Commons ­-
  25. Protecting Your Images on the Web and Tracking Down Infringement – Artlink presentation: Tuesday, May 21, 6:30 – 8:30 pm – Cost $  – UPDATE: May 23, 2013 presenter Kevin Mullett posted his slide show here:
  26. UPDATE: May 10, 2013 “How to Save Web Pages from your iPad as a PDF File while using Chrome” – Dick Eastman’s Newsletter:
  27. UPDATE: August 1, 2013 “How I Use OneNote to Organize My Genealogy” on Elyse’s Genealogy Blog
  28. UPDATE: January 8, 2014 – “How to Add Source Information to Digital Image Files” shows how to add metadata on Windows 7 computers on the genealogy decoded blog.

1 comment so far

  1. Mike Rosswurm on

    Stan, I found last night’s presentation very informative and helpful. You are an excellent presenter. I’m sorry I had to leave before the conclusion. I had a busy day of mediation and by 8:15 my brain was saturated. Thanks for all your good work for us and for making your notes available on line.

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