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Hi, I deleted the link to the Comics4Libraries Wiki. I just pulled it down, it was a spam trap and not under active development - Tangognat

Oh well. If you have anything salvagable that could be added to comics or cartoons, plase feel free to add it! --John Hubbard 15:56, 27 Mar 2006 (PST)

Notes vs. References[edit]

Hi, John, I noticed you moved my citations from references to notes. It looks good. Before I posted those there, I searched Wikipedia for the best place for works cited. I found plenty about various styles (ALA, MLA, Chicago, etc), but couldn't quite find a good answer for this situation. Do you have a general rule you follow? I'm starting a Web 2.0/Library 2.0 wiki ( for an LIS class project, and I'm sure the situation will come up for me again. Thanks! Jennifer 21:26, 17 October 2006 (PDT)

There's not much here regarding citation rules, but I figured the citations should be separate from the "additional reading" section. There are a few pages which this is modeled after.
Have fun with the Wiki project. Of course, please do feel free to add stuff here as well! --John Hubbard 05:25, 18 October 2006 (PDT)