Last issue we talked about Scholar-Dot-Google-Dot-Com, an awkward title for a graceful search engine that:
- finds articles in scholarly journals;
- lists how often they have been cited in other books or articles;
- determines if those articles are available to the user in full text on line (you have to tell it which university libraries you have access to; it doesn’t read your mind, duh); and
- sends you directly to the article with a single click.