Enter OneNote software, from Microsoft. I have had this software for a couple years now, and love playing with it. I have set up notebooks for things like crocheting and gardening, so it seems only natural to use it to share genealogy with family. If you cannot afford to buy OneNote, there is a free option called EverNote, that will do much the same thing.
Here is an amazing video made by Brian over at The Paperless Genealogist, which will give you an idea of how it works, and intial ideas to set it up.
My initial thought to other pages that could be included in each person's section would be:
-Photos (make sure you label who is in them, and dates if you know them)
-Census records (this gives a timeline of sorts to where they were)
-City Directories (again, provides a timeline of their location)
-Maps (a map from 1845 of the area your ancestors lived in is really going to add perspective for those looking at the information)
-Miscellaneous (this I would use for things like photos of heirlooms, odds and ends of things you might find online, etc)
For my Blanchard line, I think I will include a Google Books page as well, where I can insert excerpts from numerous Google Books that have information on them, especially the early ancestors. It will make it easy to provide documentation too, of random items from various books into one place, for those who don't want to go read every single book like I do.
One thing to remember, even in using this set up.....CITE YOUR SOURCES. This will be invaluable to those who do more research down the road. It is also the best way to prove your research is worth it's weight in gold. Don't just go off willy nilly, adding things that don't belong, unless you can prove it.
Things that I find, that are a "maybe", will be kept in the General Notes page at the beginning of each person, until I can prove it. This is also where I will keep a list of questions that will crop up and need answers, theories, etc.
One of the most exciting things I can see about using OneNote to share what I am finding in the family history, is that it can be saved as a pdf. This makes it so much easier for anyone wanting to print it out as actual book. By being able to update the information as I find new things out, sending out a new copy, with a note as to updates, will be invaluable.
How do you store your genealogy on your computer, and share with family? Would love to hear your ideas.