Blogospheric Science

The controversy over Ancestry’s “Internet Biographical Collection” set the genea-blogosphere awhirl. Hardly any active genea-blogger failed to weigh in on this issue. And that fact apparently carried some influence with The Generations Network. Additionally, readers and commenters were active. Although I usually don’t swell on such matters, GeneaBlogie received more visits on this controversy than we’ve had on any other issue. Six visits in the last twenty-four hours came from Ancestry’s corporate headquarters.

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Craig

2 Responses to “Blogospheric Science”

  • Janice says:

    Craig,

    Pleasant Grove Utah seems to be a popular source of some of my visitors… I guess they think we aren’t keeping track… SURPRISE!

    Janice

  • Bill West says:

    My Gosh!
    I just checked. They were at my blog too!


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