I've begun reading a number of blogs and checking out the links that the authors have posted. There is tons of genealogy related stuff out there that I didn't even know existed.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006zbxm a BBC series described as "A series exploring the practice of researching family history, one of the UK's most rapidly growing pastimes"
http://www.canadianheadstones.com/ - a site devoted to gathering digital photos of Canadian headstones - searchable database and organized by Province
http://www.legacyfamilytree.com/Webinars.asp - Webinars on various topics including blogging
https://wiki.familysearch.org/en/White_Paper:_Preserving_Your_Family_History_Records_Digitally - recommended by Dick Eastman
Quicksheet – Genealogical Problem Analysis: A Strategic Plan developed and authored by Elizabeth Shown Mills - I've wanted one of these for a while. This might be a Christmas present from me, for me :)
http://www.genealogyintime.com/index.html Genealogy in Time Newsletter - I enjoy this newsletter. This week has info about Google developments.
http://www.goo.gl/ Google URL Shortener
Ancestry has started to advertise Family Tree Maker 2011. It looks like there have been some interesting enhancements in Chart making in this version. I've been using FTM for quite a few years, but have plenty of work to do to get all of my research into the program. I think I'll work with the version I have until the bugs have been worked out of FTM 2011.
Until next time, Happy Researching!