1. Part I, Is Your Great Uncle Really Your Great Aunt?


    from Kent C. Jaffa / Added

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    This is Part I of a two part series on doing family history research. It discusses some of the methods to do good research and how to be more sure of your conclusions. It is done in a fun way by comparing research to detective investigations and using examples. The first video is Part II, Is Advanced Detective Studies. The audio has been improved in this version

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    • SCOTUS Mapper 2.0 Demonstration Video 3


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      This video explains the "Spaeth Genealogy" view and the concept of a citation network's "degree of dissent." In addition to the Town of Greece (2014) network discussed in Demo Videos 1-2, this video briefly discusses a patent network (Alice Corp (2014)-> Funk Bros (1948)) and an 8th Amendment network (Hall v. Florida (2014)->Trop v. Dulles (1958)). For more doctrinal maps, please visit the SCOTUS Mapper Library at http://law.ubalt.libguides.com/content.php?pid=627751&sid=5214001

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        from laurent brett & cie / Added

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        Opening we created and shot with 5D mark III 100 macro S L with series props movement done with a konova motorized slider. we light our set ourselves ! The genealogic tree was hand drawed by Jeremy Tosseghini This is our (Jeremy and I) cut without second roles images and a different types animation not chosen by client.

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        • 2 - The Life of Jesus


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          In this lesson we look at the genealogy Matthew gives us with ancient eyes, looking particularly at why Matthew includes four women in a list that is usually composed of men.

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          • Fulfillment of Prophecy


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            Young members find names for the Temple. A project from Youth Conference.

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            • Receiving Help With Indexing


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              A member who served his mission in France receives help with indexing records which were initially indecipherable to him.

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              • Be An Example Like She Was


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                Learning from examples of the lives of our ancestors. How they coped with difficulties in the past can help us with our lives today.

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                • The Time is Now


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                  Elder David Bednar explains the role of young people in progressing Family History work. Young people today have been prepared to participate in this endeavour by their natural skills.

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                  • VC August 2014 - Jimmy Zimmerman


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                    Google has made millions of books searchable through Google Books. Learn tips for performing effective searches, obtaining transcriptions, clipping pages, finding books if the full version isn’t available, and sharing discovered stories and photos on FamilySearch.org.

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                    • Nike Genealogy of Innovation. Renaissance.


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                      Renaissance is part of the Nike’s campaign “Genealogy of Innovation”, a viral campaign showcasing 43 years of Nike’s sneaker designs thru animation and 3D. The creative direction of the whole project comes from Golden Wolf, and the production of Renaissance comes from Blackbox. You can see the entire campaign in Golden Wolf’s vimeo: https://vimeo.com/103324172 and more ifo about it in Creativity: http://creativity-online.com/work/nike-genealogy-of-innovation/36811 or in Stash media http://www.stashmedia.tv/?p=21953

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