Saturday, December 4, 2010

37. The history of social media and my reflections

By Robin Foster   Posted at  8:48 PM   No comments

History of Social Media

I have particularly enjoyed incorporating social media with my genealogical interests.  I have to say that I have learned more in the short time that I have experimented with social media than I have in several years.  Twitter has provided access to so many wonderful experts in the genealogical community.

I have become a more effective blogger because of @GeneaBloggers and many people I follow.  I used to yearn for people with whom to collaborate who felt the same undying passion as I do.  I will be forever grateful for how people like @familytreegirl welcomed and encouraged me and took me under her wing.  She is also solely responsible for encouraging me to write for The Examiner.  I did not know I had so much that I could contribute.

One of the most fondest experiences that I will forever cherish was the opportunity to meet in person, @LCAfricana.  She invited me to be a panelist at the Heritage Days Symposium at the Penn Center this year.  I am so amazed with her work.  She is powerful.  I am forever learning about myself from those I follow. They see things in me that I have overlooked.  I am so excited about being able to discover ways I can serve.

I hope I will be successful in the coming year with being able to inspire others to connect in this way.  I want others to have the same joy of sharing and learning.

To learn more, see:  



History of Social Media – History of Social Media Bookmarking

About the Author

Robin is the National Genealogy Examiner and a member of the South Carolina Genealogical Society - Columbia Chapter. She has presented for the following chapters: Anderson, Pinckney, Greenville, Columbia. She presented at the 41st Annual Summer Workshop of the South Carolina Genealogical Society held at the South Carolina Department of Archives and History July 12-13 in 2013. Libraries and museums that have requested presentations that she has honored include: Lexington County Public Library (Cayce Branch), Union Carnegie Library, Richland Library (Main), Greenwood County Library, and Union County Museum..
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