Blogger Audrey Collins has joined the 'GRO certificates' debate with an interesting analysis of her own on The Family Recorder blog. It's a funny old situation and it now needs to be carefully looked at by the folk in charge. It seems hard to believe that a system cannot be devised to modestly cash in on the sizeable demands of us family historians.
I see that Claire Santry has begun a series of guest blogs on the 'Certificate of Irish Heritage' website, with an article entitled 'In Search of the Townland'.
A short reminder of our early days of research is provided by the Genes Reunited website with their Top 20 Family History Tips as compiled by their members. Always useful to be reminded of such simple matters every now and again!
Due to relocation in early 2012, Ceredigion Archives have revised their opening times for January and February - see here. It does, however, seem that they will specially open up for you if travelling from 'another continent', as they put it!
TheGenealogist has issued an update for it's Diamond subscribers - see here (mainly English stuff).
The National Library of Scotland has issued a fresh 'Events' listing covering January-March.
A listing of 'Black and Asian British History Seminars 2012' has popped up on The Historical Association's website.
MyHeritage have released a new version of their popular (and free) software program, Family Tree Builder - see the lengthy feature on the same here.
Check out some unusual discoveries made in The National Archives' holdings.
And I haven't mentioned the ReadIreland Book Database for a while - so check it out here (then click on 'Read Ireland Book News').
Here are a few TV/radio programmes which may interest you over the next week or so.