It was my distinct pleasure to interview professional genealogist Tami Osmer Glatz of the Relatively Curious Blog at Rootstech 2011 in Salt Lake City. We did an audio interview and you can hear the hubbub of the conference hall around us. Tami was on the Rootstech program committee that helped select the speakers and the different tracks.
Tami Glatz is a lecturer, author and researcher, specializing in the use of computers and the internet for genealogical research, following industry-accepted standards and principles. She is the president of the SL chapter of the Association of Professional Genealogists, which meets in the virtual world Second Life. Tami is the creator of the Relatively Curious Internet Genealogy Toolbar, a free downloadable toolbar with hundreds of great genealogy websites (http://relativelycurious.ourtoolbar.com).
Her blogs are Relatively Curious About Genealogy (relativelycurious.blogspot.com) and
Finding Family Stories (findingfamilystories.blogspot.com)
I hope you enjoy the interview as much as I enjoyed getting to know Tami better. Check it out.