The next thing someone will be making a TV show about it. I don’t, personally, have a problem with digital hoarding, which is to say what anyone else might interpret as ‘hoarding’ has been out of control for so long I’ve ceased to view it as a problem. Continue reading
I have to admit, I’ve been a little behind on Zotero developments. But I’m catching up, zipping through about four months of posts in BlogBridge. Last week Zotero released v.2 beta which includes the ability to collaborate in groups. It’s only in beta so watch out for other developments in this regard. While you’re at it, bookmark their blog.
- Automatically capture citations
- Remotely back up and sync your library
- Store PDFs, images, and web pages
- Cite from within Word and OpenOffice
- Take rich-text notes in any language
- Wide variety of import/export options
- Free, open source, and extensible
- Collaborate with group libraries
- Organize with collections and tags
- Access your library from anywhere
- Automatically grab metadata for PDFs
- Use thousands of bibliographic styles
- Instantly search your PDFs and notes
- Advanced search and data mining tools
- Interface available in over 30 languages
Just on the off chance anyone’s taken an interest in Zotero, any of the 800 of you who have traipsed through my site in the past few days, virtually shutting down the LUG mailing list yesterday and choking Zotero‘s bandwidth, I’d like to mention a few things that weren’t immediately obvious to me.
I don’t know how I missed Zotero. Don’t get around enough I guess.
I said I wouldn’t harp on about Firefox anymore but I just hafta. As if there aren’t already enough reasons for switching browsers, here’s one more and this is the King of them all. You can’t possibly, as a self-respecting genealogist, not want to use Zotero. It’s impossible.