Other major articles in this issue are:
Family History Centers: Visited One Lately?The item on volunteering caught my eye. How to get volunteers is one of the perennial items discussed in genealogy circles. Just last Saturday, Thomas McEntee's broadcast for the Federation of Genealogical Societies which had the theme Genealogy Society Marketing, archived here, saw interest expressed in the chat accompanying the session on how to recruit and keep volunteers. Prompted by others in the chat he made some good points including taking people up promptly on their offer to volunteer.
The New Look of FamilySearch
Top Websites for Irish Research
Don't Just Sit There: Volunteer!
Civil Registration Records in Eastern Europe
Write On! Writing Your Family History
Family Tree Maker for Mac: Research Ready
Historic Pittsburg Research Resources
How Safe is Your Genealogy Data?
Get Involved with the WikiTree!
The Internet Genealogy item focused on volunteering for online indexing projects through FamilySearch. It makes the point of how easy it is to be volunteer, how flexible the system is, and a sense of satisfaction you can get out of contributing in this way. you can get started by clicking the "Get Started" button at the LDS website at http://indexing.familysearch.org