One of the reasons I bought my family history software years back was that it didn't link to the internet, thereby keeping my information - and hard graft and expense of so many years - secure. Something I felt quite strongly about, having had my family photos and documents copied at an early stage and then displayed on the internet without credit. Not everyone shows courtesy. However, I'm now of the mindset that, should anything happen to me, all this work - she said, waving her hand at the cluttered desk and shelves all around her - disappears with me. I have no one to preserve it or carry it on. Grand daughter is 12 weeks old (today) and whereas I'd been quietly planning to get her interested enough to take it over, that's going to take time. Downloading a gedcom and putting it online, then, would seem an easy option. Where would be the best place to put it?