New ARC site is up!
My new website on the JFK Assassination Records Collection is now up at jfkarc.info. Stop on by!
Category Archives: Research methods
This is the latest update of a note I first posted four years ago. Below is a summary of what I’m trying to do, then the revised solution. I use both Zotero and Endnote to do bibliographies. References that I … Continue reading
There are currently two places to get materials from the Weisberg collection. The main source is naturally the website that Hood College set up for the collection. The second source is Archive.org. The Archive.org now has a “copy” of the … Continue reading
While looking up some names from articles in Studies in Intelligence, I ran into another interesting on-line resource: the Harold Weisberg Archive, hosted at Hood College in Frederick, Maryland. When a number of CIA names kept turning up at the … Continue reading
I confess to reading stuff on the internet when I should be working. Before you drag me off and shoot me, try this site. What is this? It is a sortable index to every article that has been declassified from … Continue reading
I recently ran across the Qing Research Portal, a website which unfortunately has stopped updating. It offers the “ECCP Reader”, an electronic version of Hummel’s Eminent Chinese of the Ch’ing Period, but the Windows version is not available, so I … Continue reading
Over the last four or five years, I’ve put in many hours looking at the details of Sterling Seagrave’s 1985 book, The Soong Dynasty. The book describes the rise and fall of China’s influential Soong family, and its connections with … Continue reading
how to export zotero references with file links, without actually copying the files as well. Continue reading
Aubert, B., M. Bona, Y. Karyotakis, J. P. Lees, V. Poireau, E. Prencipe, X. Prudent, V. Tisserand, J. Garra Tico, E. Grauges, L. Lopez, A. Palano, M. Pappagallo, G. Eigen, B. Stugu, L. Sun, G. S. Abrams, M. Battaglia, D. … Continue reading