Baby Boomers Turn To Technology To Pass Down Family Memories

Debbie Corrigan will turn 55 this year. A baby boomer with children and grandchildren, she loves researching her family history.

Last year, Corrigan, of Winchester, Va., wanted to create something permanent out of her research -- a tangible representation of her family tree that could hang on a living room wall. But nothing she found was quite right.

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