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  Friday, February 27, 2004


  Paper writing: panic attack

I have a panic attack. I'm finishing a paper for OKLC04 and I'm not sure about anything anymore. I'm not sure about strengths of my arguments, proper references, enough theoretical connections and even correct language (which is more likely to be the one real problem :) This is the first paper purely on my PhD research, it's less about presenting results of a study (which is much easier for me) and more about theoretical suggestions. The worst thing is that I attempt to connect bits and pieces from different theories without being confident in each of them (my fault: went for a multidisciplinary research ;). And I'm finishing it at the last moment, so can't ask colleagues for a feedback...

I wonder why blogging is so much easier? It should be more difficult with public archives that everyone can see, while a conference paper will dissappear in the proceedings available for a few hundreds. Still, writing the paper feels scarier :)

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  Reference to a wiki page???

Does anyone know how to refer to a wiki page in a scientific paper given collective authorship?

A complicated case: how to refer to the list of KM bloggers, which is (I guess) a collective work with clear leadership of one person (explicitly saying "started by DenhamGrey" and "my evolving list of KM / eLearning / sna blogs")?

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