Sunday, May 3, 2009


I have found a good resource for producing proper MLA citations: the MLA Citation Generator.  Just select the type of citation, fill out the relavent fields, and you are done.  One caveat is that you must format the date strings properly yourself (e.g. 3 "Mar 2009").

As an aside, why don't books include the MLA and other relavent citation formats in the front of the book?  I hate having to find the publisher, city and date, it is sometimes buried amongst other things.  Maybe I'm just lazy but this seems like an easy thing for them to do.

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