Monthly Archives: April 2011

In praise of record cards

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I was on the point of throwing away two boxes of record cards (or index cards) that, if I’m honest, I have rarely used. One of them I have had since 1997. I bought it because I needed some way … Continue reading

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Dancing to words

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Interesting blog by Eleanor Turney in the Guardian about dancing to words, and what makes it work or not work. It’s a topic that interests me a lot, ever since, about ten years ago, I saw a pas de deux … Continue reading

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Zotero guide from The Old Bailey

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This is the advantage of following Zotero’s twitter feed – you find out about brilliant resources such as the guide to using Zotero from The Old Bailey (yes, that Old Bailey).  It’s concise, clearly written and laid out, and tells … Continue reading

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Zotero book on its way

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Just as I was wondering when there would be such a thing, here’s the news: Jason Puckett, blogger over at Librarian X (tagline: with great power comes great bibliography) is writing ┬áZotero: A guide for librarians, teachers and researchers. If … Continue reading

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