Halvor Moorshead, publisher of Family Chronicle and the History Magazine, has taken on the task of publishing a third magazine, Internet Genealogy. Moorshead, in a sample of the magazine on the wbsite <http://www.internet-genealogy.com>, says the magazine has been introduced to show people how to use the web and e-mail effectively for genealogy research.
The first issue will be published April/May 2006 and will appear on newsstands across North America at the end of February. It is scheduled to be published six times a year, and will be available by subscription, on newsstands, and as an online magazine. The magazine is aimed at two markets: newcomers to genealogy—who are using the Internet as their resource and have limited interest in genealogical research—and the traditional genealogist, many of whom have been wary of the Internet, who will have online genealogy explained to them, and hopefully, will become less leery of the Internet.
There will be an introductory subscription rate for a limited time of $20.00. The e-mail address is <firstname.lastname@example.org>. One can also call toll-free at 1-888-326-2476.