The day started very early for the geneabloggers with a 7am breakfast hosted by FamilySearch.org.
After a demo on FamilySearch, the group received a first-look at the exhibitor floor.
The media hub has been active all day, with bloggers working from the stations, and interviews being conducted in glass-walled booths.
The demo hub has events scheduled all day and Daniel Horowitz of MyHeritage.com announced the company's IPhone mobile app.
Tracing the Tribe sat next to One-Step guru Steve Morse during the opening keynote address by HP president Shane Robison.
Some of today's 51 sessions:
- "Interactive Genealogists," with Lisa Alzo
- "The 50 Most Popular Genealogy Web Sites (Really!)," with Kory Meyerink.
- Virtual Family RReunions: Using Online Tools to Find More Cousins Than You Know What to Do With," "with Crista Cowan.
- "Will Your Work Survive the Digital Age?" with Janet Hovorka
- "Exploring Cemetery Solutions," with Gordon Clarke (a panel discussion)
- "Software Forecast: What Geneaogists Need for the Future," with D. Josh Taylor
- "Toy Story: Electronic Tools for Genealogists," with Sandra Crowey
- "Tweet Your Ancestors: Social Media for Genealogists," with Patricia Van Skaik
- "Cool Tools to Enhance Your Online Research," with Tami Glatz
- "Social Networking for Genealogists," with Drew Smith
- "Digitally Preserving Your Family Heritage," with Barry Ewell.
- "Self-Pubishing for Genealogists and Genealogical Societies," with Thomas MacEntee
- "How Should We Handle Sources?" with Rick Laxman (an open discussion among genealogists, bloggers, vendors and website providers)
It has been a busy, if tiring, very full day!