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A thought came to mind whilst reading the blogs (which are great - keep 'em coming).
Quite a few of us are using blogs or websites to record our researches and writings. They are great, easily editable, easy to disseminate, easy to organise.
But they exist only for a long as we keep paying the service providers for the webspace. That's fine but what happens if money gets short later on or after we have died?
Has anyone thought about/come up with any ideas about this? Does anyone know of any orgnaisation which will archive genealogy/local history websites for posterity, even in a non-editable version? Or should we at some stage be producing a paper version for the local library and FH society as a minimum?