Tag Archives: Endnote

everyday annotation

Last week I stumbled across the book Annotation, written by Remi Kalir and Antero Garcia. As the title suggests, the book is all about the history and practices of annotating texts. And probably because the book is from the MIT … Continue reading

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EN and me

I write a lot about co- writing and the particular people I work with. But there’s one co-writing situation I don’t talk much about. And I should own up. I have been in a writing relationship with EN – full … Continue reading

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starting the phd? get organised now

Yes, I know nearly everyone says you need to get organised – but that’s because it really is true. Getting yourself well set up for the long haul will save time – and your sense of being in control – … Continue reading

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an unhealthy paranoia? on ‘losing’ academic work

You know those films you see where the author loses their manuscript? They only have one laboriously typed copy. They haven’t got to the photo-copier yet. Nooooooo… it blows away in a freak storm … Or, they’ve written in longhand … Continue reading

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