One of favorite colleagues and friends is Nat Taylor [who in real life is Nathaniel Lane Taylor, Ph.D.]. He and I share a common love of colonial New England and medieval genealogy. But the genealogical reality is I'm just a Chevy to his Maserati. Two of his latest articles were:
The False and Possibly True English Origins of Richard Taylor of Old Rappahannock County, Virginia, The American Genealogist 83 (2009):161-173; and
Genealogist John Farmer Discovers His Ancestry: The Warwickshire Family of Edward Farmer, Isabel (Farmer) (Wyman) (Blood) Green, and Thomas Pollard, of Billerica, Massachusetts, The New England Historical & Genealogical Register, 160:261-72, 161:62-72, 146-55, 209-22, 289-99, 162:299-300.
He also blogs when he can at A Genealogist's Sketchbook. There's not enough smart and nice people in this world and Nat is certainly one of the few.