Genealogy is hard, but computers make it 'a bajillion times faster'

Dan Lawyer says experts are reaching a shattering conclusion: "Doing genealogy is hard."

But it can also be incredibly enjoyable, and the obstacles can be overcome.

Speaking to an audience gathered at the Riverton FamilySearch Library on Jan. 15, Lawyer explained that finding and organizing information about people is difficult because the nature of life presents both logistical and technical hurdles.

He quipped that his mother-in-law told him Satan controls two things in earth life: the water and computers.

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