[teknoids] Zotero, and a new book
robertrichards03 at gmail.com
Wed May 29 11:06:12 EDT 2013
Frank has posted a free version of the book here:
On Wed, May 29, 2013 at 11:01 AM, Thomas R. Bruce <tom at liicornell.org>wrote:
> Zotero -- a reference- and research-management system that works inside
> your web browser -- got a lot of attention from the library and technical
> communities a few years back when it was the Next Hot Thing, but it's
> gotten rather less since. I hope that means that it's settled down into
> everyday use for a lot of people, because it's a really handy thing.
> There's a new twist -- Frank Bennett, a longtime friend of ours here at
> the LII, has written a book on adapting Zotero for legal writing work. I
> think it's worth a look, at http://liicr.nl/18yNYAT .
> I have no interests at stake here (other than an abiding interest in cool
> web tools for law people), and no animals were harmed in the writing of
> this e-mail.
> All the best,
> Thomas R. Bruce
> Director, Legal Information Institute
> Cornell Law School
> twitter: @trbruce
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