Wool, like, so, I need to umm, ya know--save some stuff? For my dissertation? I have like, hella sources. Hella sources, bro.
So what I need is a database to, uhh, track these sources? .Pdf's da bombs, man, but I can't be printing those out for reals. Thousands a pages. Okay? So like, I gotta take notes on all these manuscripts too, and, wool, ya know--that's a lotta typing.
Then the bibliography's killing me. Killing, bro. How am I gonna, like, sort all that hella data, keep track of my notes on that shizzle, and cite it all? Damn. Putting together a works cited page with 350 entries? DAMN!
Then, I found this:
This Zotero stuff lets me store all kinds of pages: .pdf's of old-time books and shit, webpages, blogs, newspaper and magazine stuff, scholarly journals.... I can assign tags to track all those muthas, and take notes on it all. And then it builds me a works cited page as I type! Damn! Motherlode, you hear me? Empathize, canine?