Waneta Joesph
Waneta Joesph voted up Tom Jackson's answer

Unfortunately, it's always up to us to evaluate the information we find anywhere.

One of my pet peeves is people who state opinions in phraseology that would generally indicate it is from an esteemed reference source, but do not qualify it by some phrase such as "I think" or "Some say" or "I've heard" or some … Read more

Waneta Joesph
Waneta Joesph voted up Didge Doo's answer

Search engines have improved beyond imagination but they can only provide information that is available on the Web. They can't really give access to sites that require payment for information, though they may  indicate that such information is there.

You can save yourself a lot of time if you frame your search carefully. The order … Read more