How often do you keep . . .

journal articles that you’ve used in your research? How do you choose which ones to keep? And how do you organize them if you do keep any of them?

My first inclination is to just keep them all, but they are starting to take up quite a bit of room. I’m thinking I need to weed. The easiest weeding is to toss them all. It will take time to go through them.


Articles from feed gone missing

It doesn’t happen very often, but it does happen. A good article comes across my feed and I want to read the whole thing. I click on the link and get to the site, but some kind of notice that the article I was looking for is not at this location is waiting instead of the article.

It happened this morning. Inside Higher Ed had an article on Purdue’s Online Writing Lab.

Here’s the feed:

We’ve Been Framed!

Purdue’s Online Writing Lab says an online tutoring company is stealing it and other university’s content through a Web trick called “framing.”

Generally, I do a search and find what I’m looking for, but when I searched for the title, Purdue’s Online Writing Lab, or even just framing, nothing is retrieved.