A Little Legalese
habendum clause (həb-ben-dəm) 1. The part of an instrument, such as a deed or will, that defines the extent of the interest being granted and any conditions affecting the grant ◘ The introductory words to the clause are ordinarily _to have and to hold_ — also termed _to have and to hold clause_.— Bryan A. Garner, editor, Black’s Law Dictionary, 8th edition, (St. Paul, Minn.: Thomson/West, 2004), 728.
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<div class=\"postavatar\"></div> In my quest to launch a career in educational technology, I came across a great resource that might help some genealogy folks who are a little confused about what exactly Web 2.0 tools are and their potential uses. … Continue reading
<div class=\"postavatar\"></div> I would be interested to hear people’s thoughts on what value you feel (or IF you feel) blogs, wikis, social networking (facebook, twitter, etc), and any other tool I am omitting, actually add? Thus far in the young … Continue reading