It's time for another instalment from Peter Calver and his Lost Cousins newsletter - if you haven't checked it out before now, well, it's about time you did. It's always a great read - and, funnily enough, the Lost Cousins set-up also features prominently in this excellent blog post by Nicola Elsom.
A Family Tree Maker 2012 update is available from Ancestry. Ancestry have also published an article entitled 1911 UK Census on the Interactive Image Viewer which many may find helpful.
East Sussex researchers may wish to check out a recent post on The Wandering Genealogist's blog, which concerns news on the county's currently-being-constructed resource centre ('The Keep') - see here.
I do believe I forgot to mention the release of the latest WDYTYA? Magazine last week.
If you're looking for a bit of further, general reading today, then check out The Armchair Genealogist's 'Monday Morning Mentions'.
Blogger John D Reid provides his usual regular update on the popular FreeBMD website - see here. The website itself is here.
John also flags a useful website for Norfolk (& Suffolk) researchers.
Readers may also wish to check out the latest news from the GenealogyInTime website.
The HistoryToday website has a 'History Around the Web' round-up.
And here's the Two Nerdy History Girls' weekend round-up of history links.
More, of course, at the BI-Gen Twitter feed.