The wild origins of Santa Claus

The wild origins of Santa Claus

October 18, 2012

If you live in Belgium or in the Netherlands, the similarities between St. Nicholas (Sinterklaas) and Santa Claus (Kerstman) can become very confusing. Especially if the Coca-Cola war colours wearing Santa Claus is called St. Nick in some of the Christmas cards (or Holiday Greeting, as American political correctness obliges). So thank, ehm, God, for […]

Genea-Musings

Genea-Musings

August 9, 2012

Geni is a collaborative geneology service that enables users to work together to solve generated by creating a single World Family Tree. All of the data in this infographic was collected from the shared knowledge of millions of Geni users who have worked together to assemble one of the greatest geneology resources that has ever […]

Online Family History Trends

Online Family History Trends

July 4, 2012

The family history space is booming like never before. Population trends and technological innovation are coalescing to fuel extraordinary growth in the industry. Considering the trends visually represented below, our outlook is highly optimistic. Source

The Royal Wedding Family Tree

The Royal Wedding Family Tree

May 25, 2012

The whole world waited with baited breath for the Royal wedding between Prince William and Kate Middleton. Now that the festivities are over it is time to speculate when they will start producing royal heirs and continue the royal blood line. This infographic looks at the Royal family tree – connecting both William and Kate […]