post-page

CiteULike: del.icio.us for academic papers

2
responses
by
 
on
March 9th, 2005
in
LinkyLoo

CiteULike: A free online service to organize your academic papers: A del.icio.us like bookmarking system (complete with tags and an API) for academic papers! You create an account (free), drag a bookmarklet to your toolbar and henceforth, every time you encounter an interesting looking paper online you click your CiteULike bookmark instead of (or as well as) your del.icio.us bookmark. CiteULike enters the link to the paper in your “library” and lets you add tags, note whether you’ve read it and whether it’s high priority to read it, and add freeform public or private notes if you like. Thanks for the writeup from Jill/Txt

heading
heading
2
Responses

 

Comments

  1. Carthik (25 comments.) says:

    I’ve been using it for a while now. It’s neat, especially the screen-scraping auto filling and the bibtex generation.

  2. Dennis (2 comments.) says:

    I’ve been using it for a while as well. And I also use Stephen Eyre’s del.icio.us-aggregator to post my CiteULike-items to my blog.



Obviously Powered by WordPress. © 2003-2013

page counter
css.php