Have you used the Relatively Curious Internet Genealogy Toolbar? It’s a nifty little tool that installs right into your browser, offering shortcuts to all kinds of genealogy resources. It’s available here for download. Relatively Curious is the brainchild of Tami Osmer Glatz.
|Links to Resources in Relatively Curious|
As you can see from the screenshot above, Relatively Curious adds a toolbar just below the standard one that you can configure in Firefox. Relatively Curious has done most of the work for you, with preset sections for:
- Free Sites
- Paid Sites
- In Print
- Connect (links to social networking sites)
- Gadgets (Evernote, TinyURL, etc.)
- Hi! (IM with your genie pals)
- Weather (that stuff that happens outside while you’re inside bathed in a phosphorescent glow from your computer screen)
There’s also a search window and a highlighter that helps you find search terms on the page.
One more screenshot:
|Search Term Highlighter|
|Links to Paid Search Sites|