Whether you're a novice to online genealogy, or you're an expert who wants to keep up on the latest in how technology can help you in your genealogical research, there are blogs and other online resources for you. One of the largest and most active is the fairly new FamilySearch Tech Tips blog with a number of genealogy authors offering news, tips and insights into new genealogy apps and tools, using social media, dealing with file formats and much more. Dick Eastman has been profiling and reviewing Web sites, software and tools for genealogy consumers for longer than just about anyone in his Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter. If you need help with genealogy software for your Mac or PC, then don't miss the videos and tutorials on Ben Sayer's Genealogy Tools blog. If you want to learn more about how to use social media such as blogs, Facebook and Twitter in your genealogy research, then check out the Social Media and Genealogy blog. Interested in technology and innovation as it applies to genealogy? Software architect and family historian Mark Tucker has some interesting ideas to share on Think Genealogy. And anyone who uses Ancestry.com and/or FamilySearch.org should keep up with the latest from the Ancestry Insider.
This is only a small sampling of the many great genealogy blogs focused primarily on technology. Have a favorite that I haven't included? Please feel free to tell us about it in the comments below.