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Rhiannon Gibson
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I don't fax often, so when I need to it can be hard to get to a device. This website was easy to use and has a free option if you are willing to have the fax cover letter include an advertisement. I was sending to a government agency, so I paid a fee to get my document sent. Totally worth not having to get in the car for one more thing today.

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Correct vs Incorrect
I often pull topics for my blog from genealogy pages and groups. Whatever question is most often found for the week is the question I will try to answer. About a month ago, the question became "How do I do this right?" People were asking how to rate a sourc...

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Speak to What You Know
Some time ago, a friend of mine directed me to a review online about Ancestry.com. She was amused at the misinformation and misunderstanding from the blogger himself as well as the claims made in the comments by others. Much of what was said were things I h...

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More Than One Road to Roam
It happens in every skill: you reach the level of expertise that you forget the basics. Trying to explain to a beginner how to start isn't as easy as it used to be. You do the first steps by instinct more than conscious action. Math teachers were hounding u...

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Passive Research
"Hey, ya'll. Looking for my <relative>. He was born <date> and died <date>, I think, but not sure. Thanks!" "Looking for relatives of <chain of surnames>! If you are related, or know someone who is, pm me!" "<random person's full name and vital statistics>"...

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You've Got It So Wrong, You Don't Want To Be Right
There comes a time in every life when we have to admit we made a mistake. Some errors are "small". Transposition of numbers in a birth year (how did 1795 become 1975?), and we don't even break a sweat. What really keeps us up at night are those mistaken ide...

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Rhiannon Gibson commented on a post on Blogger.
One simple fact makes paper better than digital: the best digital storage options have a lifespan of 5 years. Paper has a minimum of 200 years; longer if protected. And as always, clouds dissipate, so no, a cloud storage option won't last longer. 
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