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  • (Also, I don't get the appeal of zotero, it always struck me as totally klugey and counterintuitive -- I just use evernote for everything.) Why I'm Waiting to Install Firefox 3.5

  • Still have zotero installed on my browser, and I use it to import citations from the web which I then export as RIS files in order to import them into my endnote library.


  • I have my class use zotero-- an excellent resource to provide bibliographic information.

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  • Other than that it is mainly a weak zotero with a social networking function attached.

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  • Mendelay would be great if it networked documents to a single server the way zotero does.

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  • The best thing about zotero is that I can note any little thing that relates to any of the number of topics I think about really hard and ideally, in depth (at last count, my advisor is running somewhere between 4-6 books).

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  • You can only make notes in a side panel, so if you like to write in the big window in zotero, your are SOL.

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  • Potatoheads in space and undersea potatoheads are another matter all together, but if you have used zotero well, your papers may start to write themselves, more or less.

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  • Far inferior to zotero for the seriously organized or nuanced library/index type thinker/writer.

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  • Request: FARR Plugin for zotero, building off of gnotero for gnome Forum


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  • Zotero (zoh-TAIR-oh) is a free, Firefox extension that helps collect, manage, and cite your research sources within the web browser. link

    February 18, 2009