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From: Meredith Hoffman / GenerationsWeb <>
Subject: Re: [TGF] Certification vs. education (Was: Usability [wasGenealogy as a discipline])
Date: Wed, 27 Jan 2010 20:30:54 -0500
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Thank you for the apology, Jeanette.

On 2010Jan27, at 4:01 PM, Jeanette Daniels wrote:

> Meredith,
> My apologies to you and anyone else that thought I was rude. It was
> a knee-jerk
> response to Elizabeth's question. You are right. I should have just
> ignored it. I
> thought with my discussion of pricing that it would be obvious that
> the pet sitters
> found a way financially to become properly certified. I'm sure that
> their annual income
> isn't that great but somehow they thought that cerfication was in
> their organization's best interest.
> I personally believe that the subject has been well covered and it
> is time for everyone
> who cares about the topic to form their own opinions if they haven't
> already. Improving
> the genealogical profession is truly all that matters.
> Jeanette

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