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Subject:Re: How would you cite a site? From:Kim Keegan <keegan -at- EXPLORERS -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 12 Aug 1996 13:29:02 -0700
Anita/Jeff Fite wrote:
> I'm putting together a internal report which draws information from a
> number of web sites. I'd like to include a bibliography. Which leads me
> to my question... is there an accepted way to cite a web site?
Take a look at the September 1996 issue of Internet world magazine. Starting on page 72
is an article called "Cyber Citations." It should answer your question.
Kim Keegan aka keegan -at- explorers -dot- com
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