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JIll Ball (aka [http://geniaus.blogspot.com Geniaus])  a proud Australian, has been a librarian, teacher and most recently Head of Information Technology in a Sydney Independent School. Now semi–retired she is devoting too much time to her passion, family history.  
 
JIll Ball (aka [http://geniaus.blogspot.com Geniaus])  a proud Australian, has been a librarian, teacher and most recently Head of Information Technology in a Sydney Independent School. Now semi–retired she is devoting too much time to her passion, family history.  
  
An amateur genealogist, this connected Granny uses Web 2.0 tools including Facebook, Twitter, Picasa, and Blogger to communicate with genealogists and family members around the globe. She shares her passion for integrating technology with genealogy through her blog [http://geniaus.blogspot.com Geniaus] and with presentations in her home city of Sydney, Australia. Her genealogy can be found at [http://www.geniaus.net Geniaus’ Family Site]. Her latest project is [http://genimates.blogspot.com Genimates], a blog in which she posts profiles of genealogists from all around the world. <br>  
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An amateur genealogist, this connected Granny uses Web 2.0 tools including Facebook, Twitter, Picasa, Google+ and Blogger to communicate with genealogists and family members around the globe. She shares her passion for integrating technology with genealogy through her blog [http://geniaus.blogspot.com Geniaus] and with presentations in her home city of Sydney, Australia. Her genealogy can be found at [http://www.geniaus.net Geniaus’ Family Site]. Her latest project is [http://genimates.blogspot.com Genimates], a blog in which she posts profiles of genealogists from all around the world. <br>  
  
Geniaus was thrilled to be attending and blogging about [http://rootstech.familysearch.org The Rootstech Conference] as [http://rootstech.familysearch.org/bloggers.php an official blogger]. where she had a rich learning experience with the added bonus of meeting many of her virtual pals in person.
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Geniaus was thrilled to be attending and blogging about [http://rootstech.familysearch.org The Rootstech Conference]&nbsp;in 2011 as [http://rootstech.familysearch.org/bloggers.php an official blogger].&nbsp;She had a rich learning experience at Rootstech with the added bonus of meeting many of her virtual pals in person.  
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Jill is thrilled to be returning to Salt Lake City for Rootstech 2012 where she will be a presenter and, once again, an Official Blogger.
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JIll Ball (aka Geniaus)  a proud Australian, has been a librarian, teacher and most recently Head of Information Technology in a Sydney Independent School. Now semi–retired she is devoting too much time to her passion, family history.

An amateur genealogist, this connected Granny uses Web 2.0 tools including Facebook, Twitter, Picasa, Google+ and Blogger to communicate with genealogists and family members around the globe. She shares her passion for integrating technology with genealogy through her blog Geniaus and with presentations in her home city of Sydney, Australia. Her genealogy can be found at Geniaus’ Family Site. Her latest project is Genimates, a blog in which she posts profiles of genealogists from all around the world.

Geniaus was thrilled to be attending and blogging about The Rootstech Conference in 2011 as an official blogger. She had a rich learning experience at Rootstech with the added bonus of meeting many of her virtual pals in person.

Jill is thrilled to be returning to Salt Lake City for Rootstech 2012 where she will be a presenter and, once again, an Official Blogger.

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