So, in an attempt to stay current and "in style" I've decided to update the McKemie One Name Study website with CSS and SSI. I'm a terminal "newbie" and have to relearn everything every time I do anything on the website, so this will take a while! The goal is to make the site easier to navigate and maintain. Hopefully, eventually, I'll have the family groups set up with links to the documents and records on the site. Sort of like Ancestry.com, but just for McKs :)
Meanwhile, I've finally decided to formalize the source organization for the study, too. For years, Access has worked just fine. However, Access lacked the ability to link documents to individuals (at least my knowledge of Access prevented doing such). And the genealogy program Family Treemaker is not detailed enough with regard to source management. So a little exploration led me to Clooz, described by the manufacturers as an "electronic filing system". The website: http://www.clooz.com/ has oodles of info. So far, I'm impressed, if a bit daunted by the enormity of this newest project. But we all need something to fill the time, right?