It's still a struggle to find much to report on, but here's what I have for you from the past few days...
Ancestry have added to their occupations records in the shape of their 'Masters and Mates Certificates'.
I see the ScotlandsPeople website is celebrating its 10th birthday.
The National Archives and the V&A have launched a new online resource of Victoriana.
There's a brief look at pest monitoring in the archives on TNA's blog.
A couple of additions to the British History Online website: Survey of London: Vol.46 - South & East Clerkenwell and Survey of London: Vol.47 - Northern Clerkenwell & Pentonville.
Here's a little guidance for those of you interested in Scottish emigration.
A little bit of Irish military news from Eneclann.
Claire Santry lists some forthcoming genealogy and history events in Ireland.
There's a sale at Pen & Sword Books.
Here's Friday's usual helping from the BBC's HistoryExtra website:
And I shall do my best to keep you entertained over the next few days via the BI-Gen Twitter feed.
First night nerves? Fear not...