Talk:bibliography

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Earliest Usenet uses via Google Groups:

  • bibliography: fa.apollo - Jun 12 1981, 11:58 pm by SHR
    A brief Mesa bibliography
  • bibliographies: fa.works - Jul 9 1981, 1457-EDT by Joe.Newcomer
    See Stu Card's thesis, or the latest issue of Computing Surveys (particularly the bibliographies) ...
  • bibliographic: net.news - Jan 15 1982, 3:07 am by d
    It might also be nice to be able to do the kind of thing you can do in all the real bibliographic retrieval system by saying things like tax! to match tax, taxes, taxation, taxonomy, etc. or t! to match telecom and taxes, etc.
  • bibliographical: net.sources - Apr 17 1983, 5:32 am by teklabs
    Of special interest is the critical bibliographical essay on works of commentators and critics.
  • bibliographer: net.motss - Sep 24 1984, 1:11 pm by Ron Rizzo
    Pardon the appalling digression, Your compulsive bibliographer and compiler of lists, Ron Rizzo
  • bibliographers: net.sf-lovers - May 11 1985, 4:50 am
    Levack is one of the prime bibliographers in the field, and this is worth getting if you're a hardcore Dick fan.
  • bibliographically: rec.arts.sf-lovers - May 7 1989, 2:47 pm by JWenn.E
    And by the way, the Rissa books are interesting bibliographically.
  • bibliographist: rec.music.compose - Nov 6 1993, 6:05 pm by Matthew H. Fields
    A smart librarian or other bibliographist should be able to find addresses for all these publishers.

Hippietrail 00:40, 10 Feb 2005 (UTC)

Definition needs improvement[edit]

A section of a written work containing citations, not quotations, to all the books referenced in the work. It sounds like the definition describes endnotes instead of bibliography. I am not a native speker of English, but according to this text, a bibliography is different from endnotes. (Just read the first paragraph). --88.195.112.186 21:34, 4 March 2011 (UTC)