Metadata is a wonderful thing - especially when you want to document the date, time and place for the digital and digitized photos in your family collection. There's just one problem - it ain't pretty. If you are an iPhone/iPad user, there are a growing number of apps offering data details with style. One of… Continue reading Digital Pics With Style
Don't let its simplicity fool you . . . this delightful app makes storytelling fun and easy. See for yourself with this intro to Clips.
I have found Twile is a delightful way to present my family history - and one my family will enjoy. While it automatically builds a timeline from your imported GEDCOM file, there are many things you can add to tell the stories your family tree data can't. In this example, you see the wedding of… Continue reading Telling Stories in Twile
Have you checked out the new Clips app for iPhones and iPads? It could also be called iMovie Made Easy. It isn't a "full-featured" movie editor, but rather a quick and easy way to capture and share a moment. Using Clips you can record video clips and combine them with still photos, music, titles and… Continue reading New Movie App for iOS
Don't let the lack of fonts installed on your iPad slow you down. You can install any of your fonts on your device thanks to a delightful app called AnyFonts.
I have now created and received two books published from Day One journal entries. The first book was a "sketchbook" of photographs I had taken and edited using some photoart apps. There was no text other than the date/time/location information automatically added by Day One. It's a delightful little book with one image per page. The… Continue reading Follow-up – Day One Book Printing
A timeline is a very useful research tool. It helps us see our ancestors' place in history. There are a number of timeline templates to help us build a timeline, but they all pale when compared to Twile. This amazing platform will transform a GEDCOM of your family tree into a gorgeous presentation of each… Continue reading Twile