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JabRef is an open source bibliography reference manager. The native file format used by JabRef is BibTeX, the standard LaTeX bibliography format. JabRef is a desktop application and runs on the Java VM (version 8), and works equally well on Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X.

BibTeX is an application and a bibliography file format written by Oren Patashnik and Leslie Lamport for the LaTeX document preparation system. General information can be found on the CTAN BibTeX package information page. JabRef also supports BibLaTeX.

Bibliographies generated by LaTeX and BibTeX from a BibTeX file can be formatted to suit any reference list specifications through the use of different BibTeX and BibLaTeX style files.
bibliography  web2.0 
12 days ago by chyde
Will 2018 be the year of the neo-luddite?
‘More significantly, the whole of society seems to have woken up to the fact there is a psychological cost to constant checking, swiping and staring. A growing number of my friends now have “no phone” times, don’t instantly sign into the cafe wifi, or have weekends away without their computers. This behaviour is no longer confined to intellectuals and academics, part of some clever critique of modernity. Every single parent I know frets about “screen time”, and most are engaged in a struggle with a toddler over how much iPad is allowed. The alternative is “slow living” or “slow tech”. “Want to become a slow-tech family?” writes Janell Burley Hoffmann, one of its proponents. “Wait! Just wait – in line, at the doctor’s, for the bus, at the school pickup – just sit and wait.” Turning what used to be ordinary behaviour into a “movement” is a very modern way to go about it. But it’s probably necessary.’
mobile  web2.0  techethics  thekids 
18 days ago by cote
Why the Web 3.0 Matters and you should know about it
There’s plenty of buzz around the web 3.0 and the sweeping changes it will bring to the industry, but few people actually know why it spawned and what it will bring. To understand this, it’s necessary to travel back in time and examine it predecessors, Web 1.0 & 2.0.
blockchain  future  web3.0  web2.0  web 
4 weeks ago by jchris
Notepad++ Home
Why don't you use the Notepad++ multiline editing capabilities?

Hold down Alt while selecting text (using your usual click-and-drag approach) to select text across multiple lines. This is sometimes also referred to as column editing.

You could place the cursor at the beginning of the file, Press (and hold) Alt, Shift and then just keep pressing the down-arrow or PageDown to select the lines that you want to prepend with some text :-) Easy. Multiline editing is a very useful feature of Notepad++. It's also possible in Visual Studio, in the same manner, and also in Eclipse by switching to Block Selection Mode by pressing Alt+Shift+A and then use mouse to select text across lines.
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answered Apr 20 '11 at 12:27
Peter Perháč

Just used this and worked perfectly. – Valien May 9 '11 at 16:45
+1 This is really great, I had no idea you could do this. Is it possible to append something to the end of each line, when the length of each line is different? For example, when the 'column' width varies, it would be neat if you could append text to each line. I have a list of functions and I need to append "();" to each line but each function name is a different width. I am currently using a Macro to do this, thanks! – SSH This Mar 20 '12 at 21:45
for appending is probably best to just use simple find/replace using the "Extended" search mode. You can search for line ending, e.g. \r\n and replace that with <whatever you want to append>\r\n – Peter Perháč Mar 20 '12 at 21:52
This is actually a really great solution, especially with the above APPEND comment. – Chuck Le Butt May 18 '12 at 10:31
This is useful for prefixing, but not so useful if you want to postfix mixed-length lines (append at the end). I wish Notepad++ has a built-in "Modify Lines" command like in Notepad2, which allows you to select the lines, press Alt+M, and add text before and/or after each line. – 10basetom Jun 23 '15 at 9:1
5 weeks ago by chyde
Safari 11: How to Customize the Way Websites Are Displayed | The Mac Security Blog
Apple’s Safari web browser has always included options to alter how websites are displayed. The problem is they used to affect every site you visited.
With Safari 11, this changed. Websites can now be customized on an individual basis. This is great when certain sites you regularly visit have type that’s too small for you to comfortably read, or social media networks you otherwise enjoy drive you mad with auto-playing content.
safari  customization  web2.0 
6 weeks ago by rgl7194

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