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October 21st, 2010 Posted in On the Internet | Comments Off

I received an email from Footnote today with an update on their new situation. Here is the text of the email:

Several weeks ago (as part of iArchives) agreed to be acquired by and that transaction has officially closed today. As we join forces with there is a huge opportunity to leverage each other’s strengths and move even faster toward our goals. You may be curious about how this deal effects members of The plan is to continue to run the way we have always run — continuing to do what we believe is best for our customers, our business and our brand.

Now that the deal is officially closed we are excited to leverage some of’s resources and expertise to take to the next level. It has been exciting to see grow over the past 4 years. started with only 5 million historical documents and today we have nearly 70 million searchable documents, over 1 million members, nearly 100,000 Footnote Pages, and over half million annotations added. We couldn’t have done it without our members and the great team at and we are excited for’s support in the next chapter.

I am glad to hear that will stay the same for now and will have the resources of the larger organization to make it even better. We talked about Footnote in class yesterday — and found Abraham Lincoln’s 1860 U.S. Federal Census image. Remember that has some historical documents that are free to view, and that library cardholders at the Tulsa City-County Library have access to at the Genealogy Center. To take a look at, visit

Entire U.S. Census to Go Online at

October 30th, 2009 Posted in On the Internet | Comments Off's Interactive Census Project Page's Interactive Census Project Page

I was excited today to see this post by Dick Eastman. has just announced their plans to provide access to the entire U.S. Federal Census with the help of the National Archives. Dick’s blog post includes a long statement from about the unique capibilities that users will have of interacting with the census images. In class Tuesday we discussed tagging the images so that they are more searchable. That is only a small example of what you could do as a member of

I currently have a subscription to, which has a reasonable price for what they offer. We’ll visit some more during next week’s class.

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