I've added to my blogroll three brand-new sites from three people who've confessed to occasionally reading The Genealogue, but who—for reasons I cannot comprehend—still think blogging is worthwhile.
- Megan Smolenyak Smolenyak ventures into the blogging world with Megan’s Roots World (she's also a contributor at 24-7 Family History Circle). Megan's already blogged about an upcoming Apprentice episode with an Ellis Island theme, and her take on the 2006 Ellis Island Family Heritage Awards—at which Tommy Lasorda revealed how narrowly he missed out on being Pope.
- Randy Seaver now writes at Randy's Musings, and has boldly transcribed a census entry too wickedly funny to be true (but is).
- And finally, Joe Beine—the guy behind Online Searchable Death Indexes & Records, among other indispensable sites—will be keeping us updated at Genealogy Roots Blog on what links he's added to his directories.