Here’s a way to spice up your story: Fly your viewers around while they watch your presentation.
This is brand new; I don’t even have a name or a site for it yet, but here it is. Enjoy!
I’ve been working on the infrastructure for this for a long time. There are many cool things in the works, but this is as cool as I dare to get for now.
For those of you who have sort of a fast internet connection, here is where you can fly to all these beautiful LDS Temples. (Free of course!)
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My rating: 5 of 5 stars
This is a great read for understanding the new rules of marketing today — use the internet.
It is important to have a hard copy of this book because of all the tips and web sites that it mentions. But I would also like to listen to this book because I didn’t have time to sit down and read all of it.
Also, my experience is that if you are marketing to the local community — besides the internet, put ads on TV during the local news. All the other time slots seem to be a waste.
Yesterday I drove a couple of miles from my home to RootsTech 2012, in downtown, Salt Lake City, Utah. What an amazing experience.
Family history has a lot of meaning for me. We are taught by the prophets that we need to help our ancestors receive the saving ordinances such as baptism. Also we learn who we are when we find out where our family has been.
Yesterday I got to meet lots of people who want to help me learn about my precious long-lost ancestors. I talked with fellow programmers like the lady at Magi Census. We shared a few GEDCOM parsing war stories. (Where else could I do that?)