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Tax Wizard
Summer 2000

Featured Sites

A Quarterly Feature highlighting Sites of Interest

Its' summer and your life should get away from work, even work web sites. Take a look at a new site called MyFamily.com

MyFamily.com (www.myfamily.com) is a provider of free, private Web sites for families around the world. In a secure, password-protected environment, MyFamily.com users can hold family discussions, create online family photo albums, maintain a calendar of family events, share family history information and buy gifts for family members quickly and easily. Some of the features on this web site are:

Family Album - The online family album allows members to store and share photos, sounds and video clips with site members. Photo album images can be captioned and dated.

Online Family Tree - Family members are able to simultaneously collaborate on their family history research through the site. Unlike traditional software packages that are continually outdated, now each family member can add, view and update their latest discoveries to their own family tree in a private environment.

News - Members use the news feature to easily share family news items with one another, reply to previous messages and post comments about other items such as pictures, movie reviews and recipes.

Member List - Families can keep up-to-date on one another's mailing addresses, phone numbers, e-mail addresses and other information.

Private Voice Chat, Text Chat and Instant Messenger - Each family site has a private chat room where members can enjoy real-time voice communication over the Internet without long-distance telephone fees. Each site also has text chat and an instant messenger service that lists family members who are currently online and allows instant communication.

Event Calendar - Family sites are equipped to provide a summary of important calendar events. Important dates such as anniversaries, family reunions, birthdays and special events can be added and shared with all site members.

E-mail Notifications - Members can optionally receive e-mail notifications when birthdays, anniversaries and other special events are approaching and when new images and news items are added to the site.

Gift Center - The MyFamily.com Gift Center makes family gift giving easier than ever. The Gift Center offers everything from name brand toys and computer hardware to home appliances and sporting goods. Site members can fill out a personal wish list that eliminates guessing when other family members shop for them.

I found this to be an interesting site, especially if you are building a family history with family members across the country.

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