Bookends - My favourite Bibliography Software

Dear Friends and Followers,

today will be a productive day, concerning my BA Thesis. I have five weeks left and today I want do finish my Introduction. As I already stated, Mellel is the word processor of my choice.

But that is just the first half of the story. The second one is Bookends, a great bibliography software. I just put all the data of a book or a chapter or an essay in it and when I quote something in Mellel, Bookends links it to the source.

When I am finished with my paper, I let Bookends check all the quotations and voilà: It will create a bibliography. The format of the quotation is highly flexible.

I can really suggest to use these two applications. The best is, if you buy both together, you will get a great discount.

So far,
I need to work now!

43 comments:

GermanSarcasm said...

I have always used Open Office, how is it good is it for saving .doc files since the college is still stuck on XP.

mac-and-me said...

looks interesting, i will give it a try

Edge said...

Another good blog.

Banacek said...

Actually, this looks like it would be really useful.

muckyourself said...

sounds realy usefull, gonna give it a try

Robert Fünf said...

This looks great! I might have to grab it.

rinns said...

omg are you serious?
That's awesome!

JakeM said...

Hmm.. Looks useful. Will deff check it out.

Armageddon said...

I need to download this...now!

thenitefalls said...

wow this will be great for those research papers! thanks :D

TheHelpBlog said...

Bookends sounds very good! I will have to try it out!

http://thelpblog.blogspot.com/

Burger said...

Nice I'll check it out.

CandleintheDark said...

That does seem very useful. I don't do much writing anymore as an engineering student but I might once senior projects roll around

Scott said...

LOVE stuff like this. My school has an inhouse one, but it doesn't seem as advanced as this one. Great tool!!

Eric P said...

that's very helpful. i hated making lengthy works cited pages whilst at university. my BA thesis contained some 60 sources, and typing them out was SO RIDICULOUS. Good thing, though, though I've got the MLA format memorized now.

A said...

It looks great! I use LaTeX, mainly because of the nature of the documents I produce, and when I produce them I don't really have a choice but to use LaTeX :(

Paranormal Explorer said...

Bibliographies are highly annoying to make. Glad I've finished uni now ol

Harvenger said...

i hate bibliographies!

Puzzle said...

hummm very interesting

Gamer_Blake said...

Nice! might download it :)

XXII said...

oh this loots pretty cool

Aaron M. Gipson said...

Creates it's own bibliography huh? That DOES sound pretty interesting!

anoodle said...

I use Troff's refer.

Dj DeKu said...

Ohh thanks for this.

Something Concupiscible said...

That's neat! Never heard of it before.

The_illustrative_Mind said...

That's pretty sweet.

Ion762 said...

sounds good might give it a shot

Franco said...

I wish I found this software when I was still studying.
Thanks bro!

las3R said...

Nice, just tried it out, it's very useful. Great find, keep sharing!

Jack.CA said...

Does it work with other word processors like MS Word?

Josh said...

Oh man, I wish I had this in school

ankmanpro said...

Omg this is excellent!

Merlyy said...

Looking forward to reading your paper.

Ray Rousell said...

Blimey! That's a good tool!!

Spike said...

really nice, thanks for sharing

PekkaK said...

Very good combo for writing, yes.

greenluigi123 said...

not seen this software before, i will look into it

Patti D. said...

thanks for the heads up, didn't know this software

Anton Nuemus said...

nice. I think I have to try it

Alexander said...

Why have I never heard of this before? thanks

ryanthedirtpoorblogger said...

MUST DOWNLOAD! Thanks.

Chris said...

Really nice info! Thanks for sharing

Matthew Skull said...

I usually use easybib, but I will try this out.

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