BIBLIOGRAPHY THE DIFFICULT VERSION OF A STRIKE IS TOO DIFFICULT, MAKE IT EASIER
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Anon reads bibliographies
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Spent my entire birthday editing this video, so you’re obligated to watch it. I don’t make the rules 😎 YT link with bibliography description in comments v.redd.it/ym2rizu1zx451
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LPT: Use the References feature of Microsoft word to write college essays: Learning to use it will save you lots of time and automatically create a bibliography

Using this feature has saved me alot of time and making it a habit can mean that you will never get in trouble for not referencing properly. It can save you alot of time in writing bibliograhies and has features that let you change your referencing style at a click of a button.

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YSK: There’s a function in MS Word that automatically sorts your references and formats them into a bibliography for you

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CnVq_BpwP2E

I know term papers are probably turned in by now but maybe useful for next time! Word has a lot of functions it’s just not a typing document.

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I really like making all the citations in my bibliography by hand

Most people I know use citations generators to make bibliographies for their papers, but honestly I really like doing it by hand. It’s a puzzle to figure out all the components of the citation, look through the documents, and assemble it all correctly. And once all the citations are made and you format for the hanging indent? God there’s nothing more satisfying than seeing the fruits of my labor coalesce into a beautiful, handmade bibliography.

It ain’t much, but it’s honest work.

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Please cite your academic sources and put them in your bibliography.
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Where to place Adorno's History and Freedom Lectures in his broader bibliography?

I'm reading through History and Freedom Lectures, and it's just great. I was wondering which of his other works pertain most to the ideas he develops in these lectures. Any thoughts would be great!

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Are there historical figures describing themselves astral projecting in their bibliographies or notes?

In other words, who are the most famous historical persons who are known to have AP’d by record?

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Bibliography Table

Whenever you want to rename an item, you need to use an anvil, and when you do this it costs xp. That's why I propose the bibliography table, which will allow you to rename items without draining your xp. It could also be used to write things down in a book, like a book and quill, just that it could only be edited in the table. It would be crafted with a 2x2 square of planks, with an ink sack and feather on top.

As for its appearance, the bibliography table would be a full block with an oak plank texture, with a red cloth over top finished with a scribbled-on scroll, a feather, and a small glass of ink on top.

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[Org] New MELPA package: citeproc-org formats exported Org citations and bibliographies according to the chosen CSL citation style

(citeproc-org has been around for a while but had to be downloaded and installed manually.)

Important features:

  • pure Emacs Lisp solution, no external dependencies;
  • extensive support for citation styles described in the Citation Style Language (CSL), an open format used, among others, by Zotero and Pandoc;
  • support for both org-ref cite links and the (experimental/WIP) Org citation syntax;
  • only BibTeX bibliography files are supported at the moment, but other formats, especially CSL and BibTeX-based ones such as Org-BibTeX and CSL-JSON are easy to add;
  • acts as a simple preprocessor for the Org exporter. In principle, this makes citeproc-org compatible with any Org export backend (e.g., it works with the ODT backend and ox-hugo), it can even be configured to replace BibTeX/biblatex during LaTeX export.
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What do you think of David Foster Wallace's bibliography?

Hello and welcome to Week #3 of our new discussion series here on /r/TrueLit, Weekly Authors. These will be coming to you all every week to allow for coordinated discussion on popular authors here on the subreddit. This is a free-for-all discussion thread. This week, you will be discussing the complete works of David Foster Wallace. You may talk about anything related to his work that interests you.

We also encourage you to provide a 1-10 ranking of his collected bibliography via this link. At the end of the year, we'll provide a ranked list of each author we've discussed in these threads (like our Top 50 books list) based on your responses.

Again, you may discuss anything related to Wallace's bibliography here in the comments this week, and again, this is a free-for-all discussion thread. Next week's post will focus on Homer. We hope you enjoy the series!

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why tf automod makin me write a 5 paragraph essay with intro conclusion and bibliography just to submit a post

β€œslim jim is short for slimothy jimothy” is a masterpiece that speaks for itself and does not need an explanation

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Does anyone know how to get Mendeley to add page numbers automatically in the bibliography?

Whenever I insert a citation into my Word document, the volume, edition, and page numbers are missing and I'm always forced to add them in manually. Does anyone know a way around this?

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You know that Annotated Bibliography assignment has gone off the rails when ...

I teach Chinese University students ENG 102. I have to do it all through asynchronous methods. I made 4 lecture videos on Annotated Bibs. I gave them PPTs. I rewrote a Sample Annotated. I had the brilliant idea of having them use the Discussion Boards to submit a short rough draft, so I could see if people understood the concept of formatting References and writing summaries. I said my prayers. Did my training. Took my vitamins. But when I saw the following phrase appear as the title for the second student submission, I knew, *knew* that what lay before me was a charnel house of Lovecraftian madness from the likes of which I would return...but never be the same. Ever. The Title of the student submission: Plagiarism - A Cat. ........ All hail the old gods.

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Pseudonymous articles by E. Armand (bibliography + French texts) libertarian-labyrinth.org…
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Arabic Bibliography

Hi!

You guys have never yet let me down and I hope you can help me again :)

I'm writing an all-arabic text and need a bibliography. I've found this stackexchange page which was helpful, but didn't quite cut it.

Here are the problems:

  1. I use XeLaTeX, not LuaLaTeX
  2. My default language is arabic, not english

At least I think that this is what's causing the problem :D.

Here's a minimum (working?) example

\documentclass[12pt,a4paper]{article}
\usepackage{fontspec}
\usepackage{polyglossia}
\usepackage{hyperref}
\setdefaultlanguage[numerals=mashriq]{arabic}
\setotherlanguage{german}
\newfontfamily\arabicfont[Script=Arabic]{Amiri}
\usepackage{csquotes}
\usepackage[style=numeric,backend=biber]{biblatex}
\addbibresource{bib.bib}

\begin{document}
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\cite{othaimin.2002}
\end{document}

The .bib file:

@book{othaimin.2002,
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The American Penmanship Bibliography masgrimes.com/archive/ame…
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Endnote help: Editing my bibliography..... keeps reverting

HI Everyone

I made a bibliography and stupiddly set all the reference titles to sentence case in endnote.... unfortunately some of the article titles need to have some words capitalized, when i go to edit the bibliography in text the changes are undone every time the field updates... I tried editing the reference in endnote, when I capitalized the words that need it, and I update the bibliograpghy in the word doc yet the changes I want do not happen....for now , before I go to bed I re did the edits and turned "instant formatting" off and saved the document. I realize this isnt a permanent solution as I want to use instant formatting for other things.

How do i properly reformat the references?

Thanks in advance

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What percent of Stephen King's bibliography would you rate as actually great?

No doubt he's written some great books.

Considering his quality of prose, I think it would be unfair to label a single of his works as "bad", but I feel a lot of his books can be labelled forgettable.

But I just want to see what the consensus is- what percent of his body of work is considered great, what percent is considered good, and what percent is considered, like I said, forgettable.

Cheers!

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My boyfriend is trying to complete King's bibliography this year, thriftbooks to the rescue!
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I'm putting together a bibliography of American-centered penmanship books. Hours and hours of free reading and links to most titles online. masgrimes.com/archive/ame…
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Need help with Bibliography... Biblatex

I use:

\usepackage[style=numeric]{biblatex}

\addbibresource{Refs2.bib}

Then in the document on the end I say,

\cite{rettner_2020}

\printbibliography

Also I have a file: Refs2.bib with for example:

 u/misc{rettner_2020, title={How does the new coronavirus compare with the flu?}, url={https://www.livescience.com/new-coronavirus-compare-with-flu.html}, journal={LiveScience}, publisher={Purch}, author={Rettner, Rachael}, year={2020}, month={May}}

BUT in every cite I use it says: 'Citation ... is undefined' and in printbibliography , its says its empty.

Can't fix it?!

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A Bibliography of Writing: Part One - The wonders of r/writing et al

About a year ago, I put together a small list of things I had "saved" on my Reddit to do with writing. A year has passed and that list has only gotten longer, and so has a folder of bookmarks that have also helped me. It seemed unfair to keep this list to myself, so over a couple of posts, I am going to present...

DocCannery84's Bibliography of Writing!

Part One: Posts and Comments from Reddit

Now, not everything in this list is stuff I agree with, but all of it has been thought-provoking to me, helping me be a better writer and editor in the process. Note: I hate the new Reddit format so you will see all the Reddit posts and comments using the "old.reddit" prefix. Simply remove the "old" and you will have the newer style.

Habits and Traits Series

The series that spawned r/PubTips, which is sadly just pos

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A man left a 1,905-page suicide note with 1,433 footnotes and 20 pages of bibliography
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Not the most diverse bibliographies out there
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The American Penmanship Bibliography masgrimes.com/archive/ame…
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Bibliography of Secondary Sources

Shared this on FB but forgot to do it here:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1hgc0l6ef3tuarY_0-6cf_6RdvdDsjc1GMbsMwTKZzn0

James and I (ReReading Wolfe Podcast) are starting to keep a bibliography of everything published about Wolfe. Marc Aramini is helping us out, too. But this has all the books and journal articles (as far as we can tell). I made a separate section for NYRSF just because there was so much. And I haven't really decided how to include blog entries. The one thing I haven't put on here are reviews, mainly because there are just so many and, on average, you don't get a lot of actual substantive content -- apart from folk like, say, John Clute whose reviews are more like mini-journal articles on Wolfe. But I'm sure I'll be procrastinating from real work some night and start to gather that, too.

We wanted to share! If we've forgotten anything (or, hey, if YOU write something in the fu

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I just finished reading the entire Shakespeare bibliography for 2019

I have never really watched any Shakespeare plays, or studied any of his works. I was familiar with Romeo and Juliet and Julius Caesar from high school, but other than that, while I knew of Macbeth, Hamlet, and others, I never really bothered to check them out. At 41 years old, I felt like I was missing out on something great.

I'm not a teacher or a librarian. I'm not in college or in any other way compelled to read Shakespeare other than personal curiosity. So, I set a goal for myself that 2019 would be my "Year of Shakespeare".

I kept the history plays in chronological order based on the date setting of the play. The comedies, poems, tragedies, and problem plays I randomly shuffled. I also included aprocraphyl and collaboration works in my goal. I came up with 48 total works in Shakespeare's bibliography to tackle.

My favorite work of Shakespeare over the entire bibliography would be Titus Andronicus. It was so shocking at the amount of violence, that it felt like an out

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The RenΓ© Girard Bibliography morec.com/girard/index.ht…
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Commandline Bibliography Management

Hi guys! A little over a year ago I started writing my own console-based bibliography manager called CoBib. At the time I was looking for an alternative to full-blown options such as Mendeley and had not found out about papis and the like before starting my own project.. oh well :D

Well recently I had some time on my hands and I fixed quite a few issues and made some enhancements (among which is also the addition of an optional TUI to use for browsing the bibliography database). I also wrote a short post introducing the software here: https://mrossinek.gitlab.io/programming/introducing-cobib/

I feel like this tool has grown a lot and I wanted to share it with all of you to see whether anyone else can find some interest in it :)

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I've started building a bibliography of American-centered penmanship works from the last two-hundred and fifty years. Lots of links to free eBooks. Still a work in progress. masgrimes.com/archive/ame…
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[Help] I am working on researching anarchism for school right now. Can you guys help link me some good sources for my annotated bibliography? I need a range of historical, contemporary, philosophy, political, quotes, actual examples of Anarchism, etc. Thank you.

Edit: The essay is pretty much just an expository essay for a college writing course. I'm hoping to cover basic history, important events, how it's manifesting itself today, and why anarchism is more than just unbridled chaos and violence. I'm hoping to write less about everything that is wrong with our society and what the solution is, rather, I just want to explain anarchism better.

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Help, searching bibliography and tutorials.

Hello, this semester I failed my C programming course and I was hoping to try again after my vacations. I want to study and practise on my own to get ready on my next semester, but I can't seem to find a good online C course that covers the topics I had on my college. I already have experience with arrays(vectors, matrix), search algorythms and a bit of recursivity so it doesn't need to be a complete beginners course.

The topics are:

Unit I: Sintax C language:Types, operators, cycles, structs, functions(not too detaled, as I say, just general ideas on what's specific sintaxis on C langauge)

Unit II Type pointer: Operations, Dynamic memory management: Assignment and Release.Segments.

Unidad III Abstract Data Type (ADT):Fundamentals. Abstraction.Operators. Encapsulation.

Unit IV Lineal Data Structures and Applications:Stacks and Queues TDA: static and dynamic implementation. Stacks and recursiΓ³n. Dynamic Lists: Concept, definition and implementation of dynamic lists. Operations. Li

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Problem with the URL in the Bibliography :D
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Is leaving in references in the bibliography which are not actually cited a major academic offence?

I'm currently writing my thesis, and there have been plenty of cases where I deleted sections with references in them, and it's unlikely I will reuse those references. Should I be very careful to delete all of them from the bibliography, or is it something that is unlikely to be noticed or be a big deal if it is? This is in Australia.

Thanks in advance.

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EE Bibliography format?

Hi im doing a history ee (which is due in 4 days oop) and haven't done the bibliography yet. can someone please tell me what the format is for the bibliography?

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Does anybody know where I can find PRIMARY sources for ancient China acupuncture for a school essay/bibliography?
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[X-post from r/emacs] New MELPA package: citeproc-org formats exported Org citations and bibliographies according to the chosen CSL citation style

(citeproc-org has been around for a while but had to be downloaded and installed manually.)

Important features:

  • pure Emacs Lisp solution, no external dependencies;
  • extensive support for citation styles described in the Citation Style Language (CSL), an open format used, among others, by Zotero and Pandoc;
  • support for both org-ref cite links and the (experimental/WIP) Org citation syntax;
  • only BibTeX bibliography files are supported at the moment, but other formats, especially CSL and BibTeX-based ones such as Org-BibTeX and CSL-JSON are easy to add;
  • acts as a simple preprocessor for the Org exporter. In principle, this makes citeproc-org compatible with any Org export backend (e.g., it works with the ODT backend and ox-hugo), it can even be configured to replace BibTeX/biblatex during LaTeX export.
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