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The Internet made a lot of things very simple. Bibliographies aren't among them.    J. Kronholz … the basic rules of citation are still applicable when referencing the Internet.    K. Patrias Electronic references have become considerably more common since the publication of the ninth edition of this manual. Internet references, rather than being something that only authors, editors, publishers, and librarians fretted about, were the subject of a front-page article in the Wall Street Journal. Guidelines for handling electronic references are now readily available. Although the American Psychological Association, was among the first to propose such guidelines, those of the National Library of

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