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For Love of the Footnote | Journal of the American Revolution
“When thumbing a book and contemplating a purchase I thumb from the back. The book must have an index and it must have footnotes. If there is no index or no foot/endnotes then I lay the book down with disgust.” via elizabethcovart.com — good stuff there!
Three Tools for the Web-Savvy Historian: Memento, Zotero, and WebCite
“Luckily, three tools exist that users should be using to properly cite, store, and retrieve web information – before it’s too late and the material is gone!” via elizabethcovart.com
Annotation Tuesday! Rebecca Skloot and the wild dogs of New York – Nieman Storyboard – A project of the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard
An interview with the author of The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks.
This guy is the next Pulitzer winner… |
“For the past 20 years, more than three-quarters of Pulitzer Prize finalists and winners (the category is nonfiction throughout) called the East Coast home, 80 percent were male, 95 percent were white, and a whopping 57 percent scored the hat trick. In contrast, according to the most recent census, only 19 percent of Americans live in what we’re calling the East Coast region, just over half are female, and 64 percent self-identify as non-Hispanic white. “
Remember In November Nonfiction Contest | BREVITY’s Nonfiction Blog
Run by Hippocampus. Ten dollar entry fee