Tooled up bibliographies

I’ve just got around to installing the magnificient kcite plugin that Simon Cockell wrote for knowledgeblog. It’s actually a really simple plugin, but it’s tremedously useful. For instance, I can now cite my own papers on reality [cite source=‘doi’]10.1371/journal.pone.0012258[/cite], function [cite source=‘doi’]10.1186/2041-1480-1-S1-S4[/cite] or protein classification [cite source=‘doi’]10.1093/bioinformatics/btl208[/cite] and all the metadata will be gathered and cited for me in a nice reference list at the end.

An announcement

This blog has been alive now since Feb 2006. It started with a relatively uneven tone, as many blogs do, moving between the personal and the professional, the and the, erm, less trivial; the first posts were a mildly witty observation about an airport, a review of Breakfast at Tiffany’s and a discussion on semantic enrichment of literature which seems as true then as now.