This is a program that allows for sharing a bibliography.

Bibliographies (or more precisely collections from the larger bibliography) can be exported in a number of different formats (MLA, Chicago, APA, BibTex, RIS, etc.)

Claim I believe to be true and am testing: It is possible to export from Zotero (via BibText / RIS) and feed the exported biblio into Wikindx and vice versa.

Old: Inline references can be created via the WYSWYG editor (nb: Safari & Opera do not work with the editor), or by export to Endnote. It appears that there are also very old plugins for both Wordpress and Mediawiki.

References can be keyword-tagged and categorized. For the moment, I haven't opened up categorization to all users but will if asked. The general philosophy is to organize with keywords, but I do recognize more categories will one day be needed.

Global parameters: I've turned off all email notifications of users (news items, resource additions). When browsing a user bibliography, I've chosen to limit the keyword list to keywords found in that bibliography to test this feature (16 Feb 2017).

Recent additions or edits

WALT BOGDANICH & JENNY NORDBERG. 29th Jan 2006. Mixed U.S. Signals Helped Tilt Haiti Toward Chaos. The New York Times.    Added by: sashi
2017-07-15 01:50:01
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MATTHEW LEISING. 13th Jun 2017. The Ether Thief. Bloomberg.    Added by: sashi
2017-07-09 03:49:23
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TOM CICOTTA. 9th May 2017. UC Berkeley Professor Banned From Wikipedia Over Anti-Trump Edit Project. Breitbart.    Last edited by: sashi
2017-06-24 19:19:59
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FENG ZHU & SHANE GREENSTEIN. 2016. Do Experts or Collective Intelligence Write with More Bias? Evidence from Encyclopædia Britannica and Wikipedia. Havard Business School.    Added by: sashi
2017-06-24 19:19:04
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AARON HALFAKER, R. STUART GEIGER, JONATHAN MORGAN & JOHN RIEDL. 2013. The Rise and Decline of an Open Collaboration System: How Wikipedia’s Reaction to Popularity Is Causing Its Decline. American Behavioral Scientist 57.5.    Added by: sashi
2017-06-21 15:25:03
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SOHAM. 2017. The Miraculous WP Biography of a Hindu Godman. Accessed 8th Jan 2017, from: <>.    Last edited by: sashi
2017-03-14 19:16:31
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GUY ADAMS. 2017. The making of a Wiki-Lie: Chilling story of one twisted oddball and a handful of anonymous activists who appointed themselves as censors to promote their own warped agenda on a website that's a byword for inaccuracy. The Daily Mail Accessed 6th Mar 2017, from: < ... mote-warped-agenda.html>.    Added by: sashi
2017-03-06 19:39:39
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PETER THONEMANN. 2016. The all-conquering Wikipedia? The Times Literary Supplement Accessed 6th Mar 2017, from: < ... encyclopedic-knowledge/>.    Added by: sashi
2017-03-06 16:28:55
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ROBERT FISK. 2007. Caught in the deadly web of the internet. The Independent Accessed 17th Feb 2017, from: < ... 07-04-21T00:00:10-00:00>.    Added by: sashi
2017-03-02 00:40:27
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SAMIR ELSHARBATY. 2016. News on Wikipedia: Wikipedians track the Dakota Access Pipeline. Wikimedia Foundation blog Accessed 17th Feb 2017, from: <https://blog.wikimedia. ... dakota-access-pipeline/>.    Added by: sashi
2017-02-28 14:33:21
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