Yet another recommendation from Thomas MacEntee of Geneabloggers is the social networking mapping site called uencounter.me. It allows you to plot events and attribute photos and messages at locations on maps (which appear to be Google ones).
Although the site is not aimed primarily at genealogists, the site has obviously perceived its usefulness as a tool for them, since there are drop-down boxes for ‘Ancestors’ and appropriate life events.
I already use Ancestral Atlas (although not for rather a long time), having created an account at its launch. Ancestral Atlas is specifically aimed at genealogists, so it would be interesting to see how many will use uencounter.
Do you use such sites, or can you recommend others? Comments welcome.