Here is a really simple challenge to readers of this blog.
Trust me, it is simple!
Why is this simple? Because I know as genealogy researchers, looking at documents and looking for subtle things within documents is a genealogy researchers’ specialty. Plus I know the high level of skills of the people I interact with. You are all the best.
Open up the PDF files for the July 2011 and August 2011 “Newsletter” and “Program Handouts” and tell me what you see that is different in the August 2011 issues.
——There is one difference for the Newsletter. There are two differences for the Program Handouts.
——There is visually something new in the August 2011 issue of the “Newsletter” and the “Program Handouts” and the difference can be found in the first 5 pages.
——One of the differences is related to a recent post I made in the last month.
I brought this up as a quick challenge at our most recent program on August 9, 2011 and I want to give a hearty congratulations to Sue R. who immediately was able to tell me what she discovered. Sue, you caught me off guard because I did not think anyone would know as quickly as you did. I thought I could have made it more dramatic but you burst that bubble way too quickly.
Sue’s answer sure made me feel good that there are readers of the blog that are in fact reading through the posted Newsletter and Program Handouts!
So it would not be fair for anyone who attended the program to leave me a comment with the answer to my challenge because you already know the answer. This challenge is obviously intended for someone not at our last program that reads my blog.
But I did want to congratulate Sue R. again and leave her with her “15 minutes of fame” moment.
For those of you up to this challenge, please leave your answer as to what you see different as a “comment” response on this blog post.
Perhaps your “15 minutes of fame” moment is right around the corner with correct answers.
Give it a shot.
Use the tips.
Compare the issues.
Leave your answer within the “Comments” part of the blog post.
I patiently await your responses.
Thanks for participating.
Schaumburg Township District Library.