Don’t believe us? Check it out for yourself. We’d like to thank Chris Fralic for discovering this. And while we’re on the topic, we’d also like to thank Mr. Ebay for his brave service, too.
Here at Footnote we enjoy reading about history. Here’s what’s been on our reading table: 1776 by David McCullough Mayflower: A Story of Courage, Community, and War by Nathaniel Philbrick Don’t Know Much About History: Everything You Need to Know … Continue reading
This past weekend Beau, Donna, and I traveled to sunny St. George to participate in the conference. Donna and I enjoyed the conference as we talked to both novice and experienced family historians as they visited the Footnote booth in … Continue reading
Before we launched Footnote, we knew search would be central to the success of the site. But, we couldn’t really know how people would want to search the site, or how our data and images would be best searched until … Continue reading
Back on January 10, we announced our partnership with The National Archives. At the time, we already had over 4 million images primarily consisting of NARA documents that had never been on the Web before. Even more exciting is the … Continue reading
We’re proud to release the new Footnote.com. I am the senior user interface designer for Footnote and wanted to share with you ten things that you can do on Footnote with this release that you might not have considered. Look … Continue reading