Gordon Burgett turns the traditional family tree on its head, having the branches spread upward rather than down. He goes on to explore the use of modern technology to include multi-media information in your family's genealogical records so that future generations won't be limited to the simple names and dates of the traditional methods. The book is a little too giddy for my taste, but genealogy is a very popular pasttime and it is exciting to think of the possibilities that Burgett presents.
Rainbo Electronic Reviews published this review in our May, 2008 issue.
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