viernes, 29 de junio de 2018

13 Highest Paying URL Shortener: Best URL Shortener to Earn Money

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jueves, 28 de junio de 2018

Top 15 Best Websites To Learn Hacking 2018

  • DEFCON: Information about the largest annual hacker convention in the US, including past speeches, video, archives, and updates on the next upcoming show as well as links and other details.
  • SecTools.Org: List of 75 security tools based on a 2003 vote by hackers.
  • HackRead: HackRead is a News Platform that centers on InfoSec, Cyber Crime, Privacy, Surveillance, and Hacking News with full-scale reviews on Social Media Platforms.
  • The Hacker News: The Hacker News — most trusted and widely-acknowledged online cyber security news magazine with in-depth technical coverage for cybersecurity.
  • Packet Storm: Information Security Services, News, Files, Tools, Exploits, Advisories and Whitepapers.
  • Hakin9: E-magazine offering in-depth looks at both attack and defense techniques and concentrates on difficult technical issues.
  • Offensive Security Training: Developers of Kali Linux and Exploit DB, and the creators of the Metasploit Unleashed and Penetration Testing with Kali Linux course.
  • Hacked Gadgets: A resource for DIY project documentation as well as general gadget and technology news.
  • Exploit DB: An archive of exploits and vulnerable software by Offensive Security. The site collects exploits from submissions and mailing lists and concentrates them in a single database.
  • Black Hat: The Black Hat Briefings have become the biggest and the most important security conference series in the world by sticking to our core value: serving the information security community by delivering timely, actionable security information in a friendly, vendor-neutral environment.
  • KitPloit: Leading source of Security Tools, Hacking Tools, CyberSecurity and Network Security.
  • NFOHump: Offers up-to-date .NFO files and reviews on the latest pirate software releases.
  • Metasploit: Find security issues, verify vulnerability mitigations & manage security assessments with Metasploit. Get the worlds best penetration testing software now.
  • SecurityFocus: Provides security information to all members of the security community, from end users, security hobbyists and network administrators to security consultants, IT Managers, CIOs and CSOs.
  • Phrack Magazine: Digital hacking magazine.

miércoles, 27 de junio de 2018

viernes, 15 de junio de 2018

Fwd: 27° Aniversario

------- Mensaje reenviado ----------
De: Instituto Genealogía <>
Fecha: 14 de junio de 2018, 19:52
Asunto: 27° Aniversario

Saludamos a todos los Miembros y Adherentes en este nuevo aniversario de la Institución.


Arq. Marcela Yankowsky.

Dirección de Publicaciones del Instituto de Estudios Genealógicos y Heráldicos de la Provincia de Buenos Aires.

Colaboracion de Teniente Coronel Palmerin Cordero : Propuesta para cubrir vacante de Subteniente.

Estimados amigos Genealogistas e Historiadores.


Envìo a Uds. la propuesta que hizo Don Pedro de Mata Biñolas Capitàn de una  las francas de Voluntarios de Cataluña, para cubrir la vacante de Subteniente, sugiere en primer lugar al Cadete Don Josè Agustìn de Yslas; en segundo lugar a Don Bernardo Urrea y en tercer lugar a Don Mariano Barela.


Transcribo a continuación el documento de referencia.


Exmo. Señor.

Hallandose vacante la Subtenencia de mi Compañìa, una de las francas de Cataluña,  y conviniendo proveerla en persona de valor y aplicación, propongo à V.E. usando la facultad que como Capitàn me corresponde.

En primer lugar à Dn. Josè Agustin de Yslas, Cadete de dicha Compañìa, que sirve à S.M. de ocho años, dos meses y veinte y cinco días à esta parte, habiéndose hallado en diez campañas, y varios ataques contra Apaches.

En segundo Lugar à Dn. Bernardo Urrea, Cadete de la Compañía  Presidial de Orcasitas, que sirve à S.M. de dos años, diez meses y once días à esta parte, habiéndose hallado en una Campaña.

En tercer lugar à Dn. Mariano Barela, Cadete de la Primera Compañìa Volante que sirve à S.M. de dos años, quatro meses y diez y nueve días à esta parte, hallándose en varias Mariscadas contra los Apaches.

Todos los tres propuestos son beneméritos para será atendidos, pero particularmente Dn. Josè Agustin de Yslas consultado en primer lugar por su Antigüedad y Aplicación.

Chihuahua, 1º de Abril de 1789.

Pedro de Mata Biñolas


Acuerdo al margen izquierdo.

Exmo. Sor.

La mayor antigüedad del Cadete Dn. Agustin de Yslas propuesto en primer lugar, sus servicios en la misma Compañìa, su aplicación y buena conducta lo hacen en mi concepto acreedor a la Sub-Tenencia vacante: V.E. resolverà lo que fuese de su superior agrado.

Chihuagua 4 de Abril de 1789.

Jacobo de Ugarte y Loyola.


Fuentes. Family Search. Iglesia de Jesucristo de los Santos de los últimos Dìas.



Tte. Corl. Intdte. Ret. Ricardo R. Palmerìn Cordero.

M.H. Sociedad Genealògica y de Historia Familiar de Mèxico, de la Sociedad de Genealogìa de Nuevo Leòn y de la Asociaciòn Estatal de Cronistas e Historiadores de Coahuila, A.C.


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miércoles, 13 de junio de 2018

Colaboracion de Teniente Coronel Ricardo Raul Palmerin Cordero: Defunción de Doña Rafaela Padilla de Zaragoza.

------- Mensaje reenviado ----------
De: Ricardo Raúl Palmerín Cordero <>
Fecha: 13 de junio de 2018, 11:45
Asunto: Defunción de Doña Rafaela Padilla de Zaragoza.

Estimados amigos Genealogistas e Historiadores.




2. La Sra. Da. Rafaela Padilla.


"En catorce de Enero de mil ochocientos sesenta y dos, se le diò sepultura Ecca. en el Panteon de S. Fernando, de orden de la autoridad civil, al cadáver de la Sra. Da. Rafaela Padilla, de veinte y cinco años de edad, natural de Monterrey,  y vecina de esta Ciudad, casada con el Sr. General Don Ygnacio Zaragoza à quien deja viudo, se confesò y oleò, y murió de tisis. -Y para que conste lo firmè. Josè Flores".



Fuentes. Family Search. Iglesia de Jesucristo de los Santos de los últimos Dìas.



Tte. Corl. Intdte. Ret. Ricardo R. Palmerìn Cordero.

M.H. Sociedad Genealògica y de Historia Familiar de Mèxico, de la Sociedad de Genealogìa de Nuevo Leòn y de la Asociaciòn Estatal de Cronistas e Historiadores de Coahuila, A.C.



jueves, 7 de junio de 2018

5º Coloquio de Genealogía e Historia de la familia

5º Coloquio de Genealogía e Historia de la familia

Cuerpo académico Historia de la Cultura y de la Sociedad en México, Departamento de Historia, Centro de Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades. Universidad Autónoma de Aguascalientes.
Tipo de convocatoria: 
Fecha límite: 
Sáb, 2018-06-30
Correo electrónico: 
Texto de la convocatoria: 

5º Coloquio de Genealogía e Historia de la familia

Convoca: Cuerpo académico Historia de la Cultura y de la Sociedad en México, Departamento de Historia, Centro de Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades. Universidad Autónoma de Aguascalientes.

Sede. Campus de la Universidad Autónoma de Aguascalientes. Aguascalientes, Ags.

Fecha: 23 y 24 de agosto del 2018.

Convocatoria dirigida a: Historiadores, antropólogos, sociólogos, genealogistas, heraldistas, científicos sociales y humanistas interesados en la historia de la familia, de género, de la sexualidad y del mestizaje en los siglos XVI al XX.

Temática de las comunicaciones: El coloquio estará abierto a todas las materias y los enfoques relacionados con la historia de la familia, de género, de la sexualidad y la genealogía, del siglo XVI al XX.

Se podrán presentar: estudios sobre las familias en general, sobre familias pluriétnicas, sobre el mestizaje y la historia del matrimonio, de la paternidad y la maternidad, sobre los sentimientos y las emociones involucrados, sobre relaciones de parentesco, árboles genealógicos y biografías, sobre herencias y mayorazgos.

Propuesta de ponencias: Entre 250 y 350 palabras, indicando el título, autor (es), y un resumen del trabajo. Favor de anexar CV del o los participantes.

Se recibirán en el siguiente correo electrónico:

-hasta el 30 de junio del 2018.

El envío de dictámenes se llevará a cabo antes del 13 de julio del 2018.



a)   Datos de Identificación:

·        Título de la ponencia. Nombre del o los/as autores/as (máximo tres). Institución a la que pertenece(n). Dirección electrónica.

·        Resumen y Abstract (entre 250 y 350 palabras).

·        Área temática y subtema en el que le(s) interesa participar.

·        Síntesis curricular de 10 líneas destacando el grado académico, la adscripción laboral, reconocimientos (PRODEP, SNI, CA), línea de investigación, 3 últimas publicaciones (cuando sea el caso), teléfono y correo electrónico.

Las referencias que se incluyan en las ponencias deberán presentarse en estilo Chicago (Pie de página).

Habrá equipo periférico para las presentaciones apoyadas en archivos Power Point o compatibles. En caso de que requiera(n) algún equipo periférico adicional, por favor anote(n) las especificaciones.


b)  Formato del trabajo

·        Texto: Justificado.

·        Margen superior e inferior de 3 cm, izquierdo y derecho de 2.5 cm.

·        Interlineado 1.5.

·        Fuente: Times New Roman, 12 puntos.

·        Numeración de páginas al centro del margen inferior.


c)    Presentación del trabajo en extenso (para publicación)


·         Título de ponencia: fuente Times New Roman 18pt normal.

·         Autor(es): Times New Roman 13pt itálica.

·         Institución: Times New Roman 12pt versalita.

·         Encabezado: Times New Roman 14pt normal, izquierda.

·         Párrafo: Times New Roman 12pt, justificado.

·         Sin sangría después de encabezado, subencabezado o subtítulo.        

·         Otros: con sangría de 5 espacios.

·         Citas textuales mayores de 3 líneas: Times New Roman 11pt, centradas con 5 espacios a izquierda y derecha.

·         Subencabezados: Times New Roman 12 pt, itálica (cursiva), izquierda.

·         Píe de página: Times New Roman 10pt con 5 espacios de sangrado (Los números de las referencias van después de los signos de puntuación cuando sea el caso).

·         Bibliografía: Encabezado Times New Roman 12pt en negritas.

·         Las entradas de la bibliografía van sin sangría como texto normal (Times New Roman 12pt), con los nombres de las obras en itálicas. 

Sobre las citas:


a)    Las citas y notas se realizarán en el formato Chicago.

b)    Toda cita debe estar correctamente referenciada y citada en la sección correspondiente.

c)     Anotar el título de la tabla o imagen, la fuente o referencia a pie de cada una y su ubicación en el cuerpo del texto. Enviar en archivo por separado en formato jpg, resolución de 300 pixeles. No estar fuera del margen de la página.

d)    En la sección Bibliografía solo se deben incluir las referencias de los textos citados en el cuerpo del trabajo.

e)    Enviar en archivo por separado la semblanza curricular de 10 líneas (grado, adscripción, líneas de investigación y sus 5 últimas publicaciones).

d) Presentación oral de los trabajos:

- Cada ponente contará con un tiempo máximo de 20 minutos para la presentación del trabajo.

- Cuando se trate de una ponencia colectiva por lo menos uno de los autores/as debe hacer la presentación oral del trabajo. En el caso de no encontrarse ninguno de los autores, la ponencia no se leerá.

Publicación de Memorias. Los interesados en la publicación de su comunicación, deberán enviar el texto definitivo de ésta antes del 7 de septiembre del 2018, el cual se someterá a dictamen.


Dr. Víctor M. González Esparza:

Dr. Alfredo López Ferreira

Mtra. Laura Elena Dávila Díaz de León:


Enviar propuesta de ponencias a:


viernes, 1 de junio de 2018

Revista Genealogica, en linea y Gratuita: Somos Primos "We are Cousins" June 2018 ​


Dear Primos, friends, and familia:

The United States moved its Embassy to Jerusalem.   As a nation we strayed, but by this act we have made a statement.   We have turned back to our nation's Christian roots.  We stand with our Jewish brothers. It is time to do what is right, regardless of the consequences.

Last night I watched the PBS 150th Memorial Day Anniversary Celebration program, twice.  It was outstanding.  I hope you all get a chance to view it.   The fields of thousands of white crosses of our men and women who gave their lives in foreign countries is a vision I will never forget.

Americans gave their lives for the well-being and freedoms of the lands in which they died.  We must remember those sacrifices and promote free speech  and freedom of religion for ourselves, as well as for others.

Let us look to the purposeful loving acts of those around us, praying for personal wisdom to act in ways to keep our country safe and strengthen our homes and country.

Sincerest gratitude for the letters, articles, essays, and personal stories that I receive.  It is surely clear to me by what I receive, we are  united in acknowledging the importance of family.

Historical family knowledge can help families bond even more strongly. Under the Family History section in this issue, you will find a questionnaire prepared for young people to interview their parents and grandparents.   I invite you to discuss the questions in family gatherings during the summer, or even over the phone.

Please note the request for support for a herd of horses whose DNA, documented by a world-wide study proves that the herd is unique, traceable to pre-Biblical time.   Isolated carefully, these horses descend directly from the first specie of the familiar horse.  The ancestors of these horses were taken by the Spanish through-out.   The California drought and fires of last year have greatly increased the cost of feed.  Rancho del Sueno is hurting.  Please help.

God Bless America, God Bless Israel, and God Bless our courageous Spanish ancestors.


HELP NEEDED to preserve a herd of Spanish horses whose DNA proves they pre-date all horses.

July 7-10, 2018: UNIDOS-US Annual Conference
July 17-21, 2018: LULAC National Convention and Exposition
July 17-18, 2018: LULAC National Women's Conference
New Leadership For The NAHP, National Association of Hispanic Publications

The Final Toast! They bombed Tokyo 73 years ago.
Omnibus Caregiver Act of 2010
Chapter 6: Reflections on Memories Connected to WW II  by Mimi Lozano
After 300 Years, San Antonio is a City of Metamorphosis

Chapter Twenty-Two - The De Riberas and The American Civil War by Michael S. Perez
Latino Literacy: The Complete Guide to Our Hispanic History and Culture by Frank de Varona
Census returns for Latin America and the Hispanic United States by Lyman D Platt

Glen Beck presents Walt Disney
Waiting for Superman: The Limitations of Research, The Search for Truth by Rodolfo F. Acuña
Regulators sue Albertsons, saying it violated Latino workers' rights by banning Spanish
How Filipino Migrants Gave the Grape Strike its Radical Politics
English speakers and the verbally insane

FBI Acknowledges Life-Saving Potential of Armed Citizens
Armed and unarmed citizens engaged shooter and Saved Lives

More than 90 Muslims running for public office across the U.S.
The origin of the word, candidate
Book: The Heritage Guide to the Constitution, free online version
When a University Student was Asked to Remove a Bible Verse from Her Graduation Speech

Pensacola, Florida y Bernardo de Galvez en las noticias
Gálvez Day Celebrated in Pensacola, Florida

Pensacola, Florida y Bernardo de Galvez en las noticias
Gálvez Day Celebrated in Pensacola, Florida
Galvez! Our Forgotten Patriot" film project  (California)
Bernardo de Gálvez Bronze Monument (Florida)
Galvez Center on the campus of Texas A & M San Antonio  (Texas)

Quién conquistó América?
El problema de la inmigración de los anglos a los territorios españoles de América en 1789.
Por si no sabían - Cart War
Imagen del Cuaderno de Madame Curie

Phil Valdez, Jr. California Colonial Historian
Brigadier General Irene M. Zoppi
Placido Salazar, USAF Retired Vietnam Veteran Activist writes to His Representatives SURNAMES:   Alegria    Aleman   Altamirano   Alvarado   Alvarez

DNA: Free DNA Essays and Papers

Best resources for Spanish Heritage Research
First Steps in Writing a Family History Story, Who are YOU ?
Margarita de Castro e Sousa, to Queen Charlotte of the United Kingdom, la Lina Mullato
New Historical Records on FamilySearch: Week of May 7, 2018

Happy 70th birthday to Israel.
Sisters in Blue by Anna M. Nogar and Enrique R. Lamadrid
The Church is Under Siege By Alf Cengia
Presidential executive order focused on protecting freedom of religion
Secular and satanic forces are leveling a legal assault at Ten Commandments in Arkansas.

Spain's World-wide Cultural Presence by Mimi Lozano
Educational Fraud Continues by Walter Williams
Death in Academe by Rodolfo F. Acuña
National History Day in Texas

La Araucana, an epic poem written by the Spanish nobleman Alonso de Ercilla, 1569
Velvet Paintings Revival
El sueño de pintar: Ernesto Apomayta viaja con sus raíces a todas partes
El papel de la música en la Antigua Roma, de espectáculo a cultura

Dr. Aury Holtzman Cannabis Doctor Talks About The Medicinal Benefits of Cannabis
Migranes CAN be Treated Successfully with Marijuana-Cannibis by Aury L. Holtzman, M.D.

The 20th International Latino Book Awards, September 8, 2018
        Two Decades of Recognizing Greatness in Books By and For Latinos By Kirk Whisler
Good News! Somos Primos DVD of Past Issues (1990-1999) $12.50.
The Texas Frontier and the Butterfield Overland Mail, 1858-1861 by Glen Sample Ely

A Field of Their Own: Women and American Indian History, 1830-1941 by John M. Rhea
The story of Ramiro "Ramsey" Muñiz in Freedom, Justice, and Love, by Andrés G. Guerrero Jr.
Dancing with the Devil, Confessions of an Undercover Agent by Lou Diaz
Murder and Intrigue on the Mexican Border: Gov. Colquitt, Pres. Wilson, and the Vergara Affair

Long Live Humanity Video Highlights, April, 2018 by Louis Cutino
Libro electrónico: Cultura y humanismo en la América colonial española
Libro electrónico en PDF - Nobiliario de Conquistadores de Indias

June 9th: Letty Rodella – "Spanish Patriots during the American Revolution
        Are You a Descendant of these Patriots?
SHHAR Board Member, John P. Schmal receives the 2017-2018 Conference of California Historical
       Societies Scholastic/Authorship Award of Merit
SHHAR receives the Conference of California Historical Societies Preservation of  Records Award.
City of Santa Ana declares May 4, 1995, Eddie Grijalva Day

Scents of my Father by Linda LaRoche
June 20: La Plaza de Cultura y Artes Tribute Honoring George Ypes.  Cheech Marin, and The Getty
Gabrielino/Tongva tribe, "People of the Earth
Felipe de Neve - Fundador de la ciudad de Los Angeles, Gobernador de las Californias

Priscilla Yanez — Civil Service Worker or Spy?  by Maria E. Garcia
My Mother's Pantry by Cruz de Olvido
June 21-23, 2018: 64th Annual Conference of California Historical Societies
California National History Day Winner: Jasmine Chhabria, subject, Mendez Case
Anza days at the Mission San Gabriel Arcangel
June 30, 2018:  Annual Anza Celebration at the Presidio of San Francisco Presidio

Mormon Church breaks all ties with Boy Scouts, ending 100-year relationship

La Nueva España y los nacientes EEUU en 1819
Herencia hispana en Nuevo México
There Probably was no Blueprint for Missions
Indian Reservations in the USA
Cristóval María Larrañaga, Engineered smallpox vaccination program, 1804-1805
Francisco Vázquez de Coronado, el explorador perdido que acabó en leyenda

June12, 2018: TCARA 1842 Battle of Salado Creek, last Battle of 2nd Texas War for Independence.
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5 Steps to Writing the Perfect Genealogical Source Citation

5 Steps to Writing the Perfect Genealogical Source Citation

This is the second of a two-part series exploring genealogical source citations. Read part one.

In last week's blog article, we explored source citations and their importance in genealogy research. In this article, we'll cover the basics of how to write excellent source citations. Much of this content was shared by accredited genealogist and author Diana Elder in her RootsTech 2018 presentation "Source Citations: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly."

If you would like to learn more from Elder, her book Research Like a Pro: A Genealogist's Guide is available for sale on Amazon. You can also read her blog,

5 Questions to Ask Before Creating a Source Citation

As any good journalist would tell you, before you start writing anything, it's a good idea to ask and answer a few basic questions. These questions help writers get a better feel for the topic they need to cover. The same goes for creating a genealogy source. In her RootsTech presentation, Elder explained the five questions genealogists should ask themselves before writing a source citation. They are:

  • Who created the source?
  • What is the source?
  • When is the source?
  • Where is the source?
  • Where within the source?

"I cannot take credit for these five questions," said Elder. "The Board for Certification of Genealogists came up with these five questions, and then Tom Jones, in his book Mastering Genealogical Documentation, goes on to further explain these."

To explain the five questions, Elder displayed a picture of a land record for Arthur Dillard on the screen and detailed the process she uses to write source citations.


This land record comes from The first step is to "discover what this source is," said Elder. "I see that it's the Armed Occupation Act of 1842 Florida Land Permits, and it's an entry for Arthur Dillard. So it's basically giving me the same information that I took out of the actual document."

The next step is to discover who created the source. Elder noted that this can be one of the most difficult steps because it requires some sleuthing on the part of the researcher. "Look for the FAQ, Frequently Asked Questions, because most websites will have something like that. Maybe they'll say, 'About the Source,' or, 'For More Information.' Look for that little clue somewhere on the website." In this case, Elder was able to find the creator of the record on the FAQ page of the website, as shown below.


Next, look for when the source was created or documented. In this example from Elder, she said it was fairly straightforward. "I have the actual document date of July 26, 1843, and I have a second [date], and that is when the website was accessed."


Finally, it's time to discover the where in from the source. In many cases, you'll have multiple numbers and IDs to choose from that identify where in the source the image or document can be found. Elder recommended making note of each of them, even if you don't fully know what each number means. In the case of this example, she said, "They both look like important numbers, so why not use both? Remember, this is an art, not a science. So there's nothing saying you can't use two whereins."


Once you've collected this information from the source, you're ready to put it all together into a citation.


"So there's my citation," said Elder. "I have the five elements, and it's pretty clear what that is."

Ready to get started writing your own source citations? Tweet us @RootsTechConf with your successes. Happy researching!

Benicio Samuel Sánchez García

Presidente de la Sociedad Genealógica y de Historia Familiar de México
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