More information on the MyHeritage takeover of FamilyLink/Vital World Records can be found here. This really does seem to be a major move in the family history world.
BBC History Magazine's latest Podcast can be found here (impact of the death of Prince Albert, and Edward IV's library).
And The National Archives latest Podcast is also now available ('A Low, Artful, Wicked Man': poverty riots and bread - the response of government to the crises of the 1790s).
Nick Barratt has put out a blog post which will be of interest to those of you with Royal Marine ancestry. Check it out here, where you will also see an appeal for advice/comment on an important aspect of our research world, namely, collaboration between the many local & family history 'umbrella' organisations that we have here in the UK. Get your thinking caps on and contact Nick with your views!
I know many of you are interested in maps and mapping - if you are, then check out this post on the Ordnance Survey blog ... which includes news of an upcoming major conference which may tempt you.
Those of you with Indian connections may wish to cast their eyes over this news item from the British Library website.
Thanks to the British GENES blog for news of the latest Electric Scotland newsletter.
And several sources have mentioned the Origins.net '20% off' subscription offer which lasts until 1st December. Enter TG2011 at checkout/registration.
Check out the BBC's 'History Headlines' for the week.
Ancestry have launched a new blog called 'Sticky Notes'. I'm concerned that it may be a little too US-biased, but we'll see how it shapes up. See the announcement, here, where you will find a link to the blog itself.