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    Jul312009

    The Family Curator Meets Lisa Louise Cooke for a Chat About Blogging, Technology, and Caring for Your Family Treasures

    h-lisa-louise-cooke-SMLisa Louise Cooke makes it look so easy. This week, The Family Curator is honored to be the guest of popular podcast host Lisa Louise Cooke in Episode 39 of Family History: Genealogy Made Easy, recorded last month at the Southern California Genealogical Society Jamboree in Burbank.

    Lisa is the creator and producer of Genealogy Gems and Family History: Genealogy Made Easy, and hosts the monthly Family Tree Magazine Podcast and videocasts for Family History Expos. Her warm voice and wonderful laugh quickly put interview subjects at ease and set the stage for an engaging conversation on all subjects related to genealogy and family history.

    I have enjoyed listening to Lisa’s interviews and news for well over a year on the Genealogy Gems Podcast, but I never imagined that one day I would be sitting across from Lisa chatting about caring for family treasures and using technology to share family history. It’s not hard to see why Lisa’s podcasts are enjoyed by both beginners and experienced genealogists and family historians; she is a skillful interviewer who packs the session with helpful tips, news, and interesting topics.

    Thank you, Lisa, for the opportunity to join you at Family History: Genealogy Made Easy. It was fun chatting about our Southern California roots and those Orange County memories. I hope to see you in Burbank again next year, and introduce you to my friend, Penny Dreadful too!

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    Reader Comments (3)

    Great interview. I have downloaded the Transcribe software and look forward to testing it out - it looks very handy.

    July 31, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterWill Haskell

    Thanks Denise for sharing the podcast with your readers. It was my pleasure to interview you! And an exclusive with Penny Dreadful?? I can't wait!

    July 31, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterLisa Louise Cooke

    Thanks Will for listening to the interview, and leaving your note. Let me know what you think of Transcript and how you are using it!

    Lisa, I enjoyed the entire podcast and the way you pulled together the blogging threads with footnoteMaven, Shelly, and The Family Curator. I'm looking forward to hearing your interview with Tony next week.

    July 31, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterFamily Curator

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