What’s up with “ibid.”?

theyuniversity:

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Ibid., also known as ib., comes from ibidem (Latin for “in the same place”).

Ibid. is used in footnotes and bibliographies to refer to the book, chapter, article, or page cited just before.

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Writing term papers is hard enough. Use ibid. to make doing footnotes and bibliographies less burdensome.

Right, Doctor?

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medianrare:

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theperfectionistofimperfections:

finished chapter one notes for my legal research and writing book sorry they’re kind of messy also sorry for the poor picture quality

theperfectionistofimperfections:

finished chapter one notes for my legal research and writing book sorry they’re kind of messy also sorry for the poor picture quality

"Close your eyes and imagine the best version of you possible. That’s who you really are, let go of any part of you that doesn’t believe it."
sororitysugar:

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sororitysugar:

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"The internet isn’t really capable of a measured response. Once you’re on the front page of the internet, it doesn’t matter if you’re getting scorn or praise — you’ll almost certainly get more than you deserve."

On an old-but-gold episode of the excellent TLDR podcast, WNYC’s Alex Goldman drops some timeless wisdom on the nature of the web. 

For a definitive manifesto on handling the internet’s unmeasured response, see Anne Lamott’s brilliant essay, then revisit Daniel Dennett on how to criticize with kindness.

(via explore-blog)

youngpreciosa:

me 2 seconds into the previews 

youngpreciosa:

me 2 seconds into the previews 

THE FIRST TIME I WAS LIBRARIAN IN CHARGE

librarianproblems:

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