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How to Cite Twitter and Facebook, Part II: Reference List Entries and In-Text Citations [Note 10/18/2013: Please view an updated and expanded version of this post at by Chelsea Lee Previously I talked about how to cite Twitter and Facebook posts or feeds in general, which you can do quite easily by mentioning the URLs in text (with no reference list entries required). Today I address some of the issues pertaining to citing particular posts, which require both reference list entries and in-text citations. As you may have noticed, the Publication Manual does not give specific guidance on how to do this. What to do in the meantime? First, here are screenshots of my examples from Twitter and Facebook (click to enlarge): The suggested reference list entries below generally follow the format for citation of online sources (see pp. 214–215): Here’s the rationale I used for presenting each element in the reference: For in-text citations, parenthetical citation may be easiest: What’s Next

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Free Email Search What is a Visual Practitioner? - IFVP Community Welcome to our site and welcome to the world of "visual practitioning". If you've managed to find us, chances are you have some inkling about who we are and what we do. Perhaps you are a practitioner yourself, or perhaps you have worked with one of our colleagues. Or perhaps you have stumbled across this site as you've surfed the web looking for interesting 'graphic' resources. "So", you may be asking, "just what is a visual practitioner anyways?" We are an informal community of like-minded individuals - bound together by our strong beliefs in the power of "visual thinking" … knowing innately that a picture is truly worth a 1000 words, we come together to share our experiences, trade resources, support and encourage each other, and, year by year, raise the profile of our unique and growing profession. ABOVE: Sketchnotes by Heather Willems from 2010 IFVP Conference Ahhhh, perhaps you are scratching your head a bit over that general explanation. Looking for a Visual Practitioner?

30 Specialist (and Super Smart) Search Engines Google is widely (and rightly) recognised as the mother of all search engines. But, if you need to drill down your searches by more specific details, do you trust Google to give you what you need every single time? Here’s a collection of 3o vertical search engines which you should have up your sleeve when you need some specialist power. Flights / Travel 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Images 7. 8. People 9. Forums 11. Music 12. Audio and Video 16. Resources 18. Domain names 20. Icons 22. Private search 25. Similar websites 26. All-rounders 27. While some of these are better alternatives to Google and the other major engines, for the most part, the big boys do it incredibly (incredibly, incredibly) well. olly via shutterstock

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