Great news for Scottish researchers with the release of the 1911 Census for the nation this morning. As ever, Chris Paton's blog is bang up to date with the latest - his site can be found here, where there are several entries on the subject. Chris's lengthy blog of today's date includes many other links of interest - do have a look before you plunge into the data itself.
The latest news release from TNA is not of any great interest to family historians, but here it is anyway. There is a related podcast here.
Another of TNA's news releases, here, points us to another new resource - namely the 'Connected Histories' website. One to add to your bookmarks list, I reckon.
FindMyPast Ireland may not have properly launched yet, but they've set up a Facebook page, here.
MyHeritage's blog asks the question of how a baby's gender affects family planning in an interesting little article, here. The statistics are hardly surprising, I suppose, but it's fascinating to see how couples make decisions about whether or not to try for a 3rd or 4th child.