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Best family tree website or software

Started this discussion. Last reply by Daniel Rodriguez Sep 13, 2014. 5 Replies

Any recommendations for the best family tree software or website? I'm primarily looking to capture some info I have scribbled on random papers in an organized fashion. It'd be great to be able print…Continue

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Project Management

Started this discussion. Last reply by Regular Joe Aug 4, 2014. 6 Replies

I'm interested in getting more training and/or employment with project management. Is it worth the money to get a certification? Does that open any doors? A local college has a 3 day program that…Continue

Hiking Boots - looking for recommendations

Started this discussion. Last reply by Nate Jan 11, 2014. 7 Replies

Looking for recommendations for a good brand of hiking boots. Looking to spend $100-$150.

Looking to network in the Richmond, VA area

Started Aug 14, 2013 0 Replies

Hi. I've been job hunting in the Richmond VA area for a few months now. I'm looking in the fields of Healthcare Management (in various settings) or Corporate Training. RIght now I run an outpatient…Continue

 

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Daniel Rodriguez replied to Nate's discussion Best family tree website or software
"Ancestry.com works...if you're an american for the last century. Before 1900, or any other nation, it becomes a venture. For MAKING it, I use genopro: "
Sep 13, 2014
Nate replied to Nate's discussion Best family tree website or software
"Thanks"
Sep 13, 2014
Nate replied to Nate's discussion Best family tree website or software
"Thanks"
Sep 13, 2014
Native Son replied to Nate's discussion Best family tree website or software
"Ancestry.com worked well for constructing a family tree.  It's up around $240 a year, but you can get it billed monthly to help your cash flow. Only problem I've found is when you get the tertiary and beyond cousins or "think…"
Sep 13, 2014
John Muir replied to Nate's discussion Best family tree website or software
"    I'm on Ancestry, and it's suited me. It costs about 150 a year, I think - and they bill you all in one whack.     They have lots of databases like immigration records, census data, draft records, will and probate,…"
Sep 13, 2014
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Best family tree website or software

Any recommendations for the best family tree software or website? I'm primarily looking to capture some info I have scribbled on random papers in an organized fashion. It'd be great to be able print an actual picture out for framing. Of course if it comes with easy researching tools that find "lost" relatives...that would be ok as well but isn't my primary purpose. I have no idea on cost...but around $50 would be nice (don't know if that's realistic or not).
Sep 13, 2014
Regular Joe replied to Nate's discussion Project Management
"Keep working, do accredited courses at night or on weekends so you gain credits towards your PMP certification, get certified, look for promotions or other jobs that require PMP certifications."
Aug 4, 2014
Nate replied to Nate's discussion Project Management
"Thanks guys for your help. I guess I'm just looking for the best way to break into PM. I run a multi-state counseling program, supervise about 20 staff etc. I have designed and maintained dozens of systems for many of processes. I have analytic…"
Aug 1, 2014
Rick Shelton replied to Nate's discussion Project Management
"The one's I've found are there pretty much to take your money.  Not much in the way of value unless they include the PMBOK. A better and cheaper method is to purchase the PMBOK, Rita's PMP Management study (or similar but check…"
Aug 1, 2014
Regular Joe replied to Nate's discussion Project Management
"Yeah, most quick and dirty courses are "intro to project management" or "foundations of project management" types of courses just meant to give people bare bones fundamentals. "
Aug 1, 2014
Regular Joe replied to Nate's discussion Project Management
"A 3-day program won't get you much. And I doubt it's the type of certification that is recognized by employers who are seeking accredited / certified project managers. Getting legitimately certified in project management is a lengthy…"
Aug 1, 2014
Rick Shelton replied to Nate's discussion Project Management
"Before you spend an exorbiant amount of money on a course make sure it it geared toward passing the PMP exam.  I've seen courses that are just the 'instructor' talking about project manangement but no exams or questions at the…"
Aug 1, 2014
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Project Management

I'm interested in getting more training and/or employment with project management. Is it worth the money to get a certification? Does that open any doors? A local college has a 3 day program that runs about a $1000. Before I pay that kind of money, I want to confirm the ROI.
Aug 1, 2014
Specs&Beard replied to Nate's discussion Quality watch on a $75-$125 budget
"I have a timex easy reader.  It looks nice and does everything I need it to.  I think it retails for around 40-50 bucks."
May 21, 2014
Nate replied to Nate's discussion Hiking Boots - looking for recommendations
"Thanks everyone. I'll mostly be doing day hikes over some easy and some rough trails. Maybe the occasional multi-day trip. Waterproof is a must. Will be sure to try on."
Jan 11, 2014
MDBuss replied to Nate's discussion Hiking Boots - looking for recommendations
"After you figure out what kind of hiking you'll be doing, and therefore the qualities you need in a boot, the next most important feature is fit. I would recommend going to REI (there's one in Cranston) and trying on a number of pairs to…"
Jan 11, 2014

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At 7:52pm on June 14, 2010, Herb Munson said…
Hi there Nate. Welcome to AoM. Also, I'd like to give you a friendly invite to check out my group, The Great Debate. Just click on "Groups." It's the one with the colorful galaxy picture. It's also one of the most active groups on AoM. In any case, great to have you with us.
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