How to publish article from another site to my blog

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I am writing an eBook for self-publication on Amazon. In it, I reference a somewhat scientific article to support my conclusions if a reader requires such information. I converted the link to a tiny URL, but am afraid that if the web page is ever taken down by the publisher, that the link and thus the info will be lost. With permission from the author/website manager, what is the best way for me to store the article forever? Should I copy and paste it in a Word document, reprint it to my blog with permission........I need help please. (It also has some lovely graphics....how would you handle them?)

Link to the article: http://tinyurl.com/c68lmk2 

Thanks in advance.
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If the website ever disappears you can always use the WayBackMachine for links

I don't see any copyright etc on the site, but there is nothing wrong with storing a web page for personal use, it already happens when you visit a website - a copy is stored on your pc.

Republishing that page is another thing altogether.

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Thanks, this works!

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