Its not a great idea to create articles about (modern) books, unless we have SCA specific information on them. A better idea is to use an ISBN link. e.g. ISBN 0123456789X creates ISBN 0123456789X. I can set this up to use any source of books that can be searched by ISBN number (library, bookstore, etc). Let me know of any public libraries, etc people want included.
The ISBN link for this book would be ISBN 0312293771 - Tobin
1) ISBN link above as listed doesn't link directly to the book though (on my primitive chem dept setup) I find it doesn't encourage me to check out hte book. Also in research the year of the book is important - has it been superceeded yet. 2) it's an article in a book. To reference it properly I need to reference the article not just the book. Next will come some articles in journals. ISSN searches just won't be sufficient. ( I( said this section was going to be scolarly). 3) if footnotes showed up properly on this computer I'd consider using those. Backwards compatibility really IS important. (we don't all get the option of upgrading) Is it possible to put in a link to a specific point in an article like in HTML?
Tiff (who sometimes forgets to log in, and daren't make that automated on all 4 work computers that she uses)