Posts Tagged ‘bibdesk’

June 22, 2009 23

The killer feature that a reference management tool must have: be portable in plain text

By in Reference management, Resources, Software, Writing

Tweet Frankly, there are too many reference managers today. This  is counterproductive because we all need to spend time checking the newcomers, just in case there‚Äôs a new feature that we were missing. Most reference managers graft themselves to word or to openOffice. For example, Mendeley, and zotero both use internal reference functionality in word. [...]

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June 3, 2009 29

CiteULike + BibDesk: Sync your references and live smarter

By in Collaboration, Reference management, Software, Time management, Web 2.0

Tweet It should be no surprise that many of us love Zotero, especially since they added support for reference sharing and synchronization. I am probably the only exception in the AP team. As a longstanding MacTeX user, I keep my references organised with BibDesk, one of the sweetest pieces of (open source) software ever written [...]

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