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About the author
Dick Eastman has been writing this genealogy newsletter for 27+ years.
He has been involved in genealogy for more than 35 years. He has worked in the computer industry for more than 50 years in hardware, software, and managerial positions.
By the early 1970s, Dick was already using a mainframe computer to enter his family data on punch cards. He built his first home computer, by wiring the circuit boards himself by hand, in 1980.
Dick Eastman is adamant that he will never write content influenced by or paid for by an advertiser. All opinions expressed here are those of Dick Eastman and him alone, unless clearly stated otherwise.