Friday, March 24, 2006

Writing And Research Resources & Guides

The other day I got an email from a Mr. Paul Bocij, in response to an email that I had sent him on advise on the book I am working on concerning Cyberstalking, and other matters. He has written several books, as well as papers that deal with this subject, and as far as I am concerned, he is pretty much an authority on this, and he was kind enough to give me some excellent advice and pointers. (You can visit one of his sites here, and an example of some of his many papers Victims of cyberstalking: An exploratory study of harassment perpetrated via the Internet by Paul Bocij

Also, he gave me two important sites to visit that I was not familiar with, and I wanted to share these, since the majority of my readers are writers and I thought this might be valuable for you also. Especially if you have to do a lot of research.

Biblioscape appears to be an excellent program for researchers, writers, students, and much more. While the program does cost, it looks like something I might be interested in at one point. And I could not help but notice the other programs on the sidebar that look also to be very valuable programs, especially for serious writers, and I do intend to look closer at these.

Copernic Agent, also seems to be a great program that deals with writing and research, and it has 3 different programs to offer. One being a free download (which I now have) and 2 other that are premium download programs.

For the last 2 years I have used Journal 3, which has been and continues to be a valuable tool for me. I would be lost without it, and before I ever put anything on the Internet, it goes into the Journal first. I did a more in depth review on this at Wild Mind here. (You need to scroll down the comments to my second comment to get my full review on it.)

Anyway, I wanted to share these resources to my readers, as it might be something you are looking for, fits your style, or might be up for your consideration.

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