Now that I’ve very briefly covered the core features of EndNote and Papers, it’s time to talk about integrating their functionality. The nice part is that, thanks to the developers […]
It goes without saying that producing a full-fledged, honest-to-goodness, bonafide dissertation is probably one of the most time consuming and soul sucking endeavors any of us is likely to take […]
The Official Buddin Research Dynamo Web Site was launched yesterday, and I have to say that I am absolutely ecstatic. It’s my first attempt at a site, and I built […]
Anyone that’s ever written a document that requires the citation of primary sources(i.e., pretty much anything non-fiction) knows that appropriately citing articles and putting together a references section is the […]
Got to love this. Sublime. Dare I say, poetic? Sorry, had to. It was just too easy. This is such a great idea: Dissertation Haiku.
For anyone out there, consumer or producer, looking for depth and breadth of content related to writing a dissertation, be sure to check this out: http://drp.ly/1lWe7l There’s an upcoming blog […]
I just stumbled across a new blog, entitled Bridging the Nerd Gap. It’s fantastic, and the author, Brett Kelly, is a man after my own heart. Go Check it out!
The best place to start this discussion is with the software. The ultimate application, I believe, is Papers. This application is presently only available for Mac. Sorry Linux and Windows […]
My earliest exposures to research (at least the kind I started working on in college) occurred some 15 years ago. Like I previously mentioned, the first, and most familiar, step […]